Runtime Revolution has released a beta version of its Hypercard-like cross-platform development tool with upgraded Linux support. Version 2.9 of the tool is the first version to offer full Linux support since version 2.6.1 was released in October 2005. Version 2.9 includes 200 enhancements, including a better graphical user …
Linux starts to catch up with 1980s Mac. Who would have thought that English could ever be a programming language?
"Linux starts to catch up with 1980s Mac."
But when will OS/X catch up with 1980's Mac?
"...Who would have thought that English could ever be a programming language?"
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