Funny, I blame Microsoft for our acceptance of software with 'bugs' in it...
I tell you what... If I found bugs in something I bought from the grocery
store... I would take it back.

Bill Brooks 
PCB Design Engineer , C.I.D., C.I.I.
Tel: (760)597-1500 Ext 3772 Fax: (760)597-1510


-----Original Message-----
From: Abd ul-Rahman Lomax [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Monday, March 08, 2004 9:21 PM
To: Protel EDA Forum
Cc: JaMi Smith
Subject: Re: [PEDA] 2004 DXP Looks Great,


There is an SP3 in Beta. My understanding is that Protel 2004 includes a 
lot more than SP3. There is enough improvement in 2004 that the term 
"Upgrade" is earned. A major service pack is often tantamount to an 
upgrade. 99SE was an upgrade.... more than a simple service pack, which 
might be confined to bug fixes only.

>This seems to be somewhat comparable to the "Upgrade" from Protel 99 
>Service Pack 2 to Protel 99 SE, which if I understand it correctly, was 
>actually also called Service Pack 3.

Yes. But it was really an upgrade. Protel sometimes includes operational 
enhancements in service packs, and bug fixes in upgrades. The latter is 
more unusual, because by the time service packs are no longer issued for a 
product, *most* of the bugs have been fixed, the true bugs.




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