Subject RE: [IB-Architect] ISC - State of the nation report ?
Author Claudio Valderrama C.
I think that ISC management will try to reach an agreement with Inprise and
exhaust all possibilities before declaring independence day or somewhat
If you read Bill Karwin's post, he's not crazy... probably it's better to
get all code and utilities that made up Interbase instead of starting to
rebuild all missing pieces.
If you want all pieces, you should pay Dale. If you want to start on your
own, ISC will need energy. In both cases, money is needed. That's the
problem. You cannot release a thing so sensitive like a new version of a db
engine without having ran a decent test suit, otherwise... you can guess.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: odonohue [mailto:odonohue]On Behalf Of Mark O'Donohue
> Sent: Jueves 27 de Julio de 2000 22:57
> To:
> Subject: Re: [IB-Architect] ISC - State of the nation report ?
> Thanks Claudio for that it was exactly what I wanted to know.
> So when does plan B set up a web site with a copy of the source, and start
> keeping track of patches?
> I presume this could not be the one at since that
> is still owned
> by borland.
> Regards
> Mark