Subject Re: [ib-support] firebird on linux users?
Author Martijn Tonies

> On Friday 30 August 2002 16:33, Edwin Pratomo wrote:
> > what about ibaccess? I have it installed, and use it occasionally, and I
> > think that's good.
> I mean, compared to something like Interbase Workbench, which is the best
> have ever tried. I used a trial version on my old Windows box a few months

Thanks for the comment :)

> It would be nice to make a freeware (not GPL if the author doesn't want)
> version of it for Linux when IBObjects are available for Kylix (I am not
> whether they are or not). Anyway, it's out of my hands (it's on Martin's,
> can count on me when he decides to make it ;-)

If it only was that easy ... No offence to anyone, but by looking at the
tools currently available - you see why mine (and others) aren't free.
a lot of time (years) and money invested in those tools. Hey, if you're
a database for your work, and you have a timesaver on your hands, $179 is
not a lot!!

With regards,

Martijn Tonies
InterBase Workbench - the developer tool for InterBase and Firebird

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