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Re: Is there a future for Kylix? [from Borland, that is...]
2004-10-25 03:28:56 AM
ones who created Kylix in the first place, so they can help out in a lot
>This is pretty much the same questions as "will there be a Kylix 4",
>It's quite simple: The people who are known to be actively supporting
that much really. Before CrossKylix, I already worked from the Windows
>Might be. The situation is this: Kylix wasn't the success Borland
IDE, doing an automated compile over at a Linux box using SSH. I'm able
to work in a RAD way on Windows and get my results deployed on Linux.
It couldn't possibly get any more productive than this.
stories. Not much we could do about this.
been officially announced, I'll tell it to you anyway:
From other hand
Everything done in the project will be dual-licensed. Personally I would
not invest a single line of code for a GPL-only project, because it would
mean that I myself would not be allowed to use that code in my products
(which are closed source). This is also one of the various reasons
Borland is part of the project - to ensure all their customers will be
able to benefit from the works.
When Andreas told you that the project source will be based on the
Open Edition CLX source, he didn't mean to imply that this will be licensed
under GPL, as the original FreeCLX project was (which didn't die for
And if you are interested in helping out with DataCLX fixes, your patches
will be welcomed with open arms as soon as the project is done with its
initial decisionmaking and roadmap planning.