Jeff Epler wrote:
> I honestly don't know why anyone would spend money for a development
> environment, no matter how fancy. I don't knowdefinitelye would develop
> software in a language that doesn't have at least one open
> It's a great way to get screwed when Borland goes under or decides
> they only want to sell a new, incompatible product. What do you do with
> your existing product when that happens? Re-train on a new platform,
> and re-write from scratch?
> Just say no to proprietary software.
Point taken! I had given that considerable thought. Your words 'retrain on
a new platform' struck a loud cord with me, thank you, I will definitely
reconsider. I don't ever want to find myself locked behind 'the GATES of
LINUX protects me from the GATES of hell !!!