|Subject:||Re: End of Year random thoughts
|Date:||Fri, 26 May 2017 08:53:56 -0400
|From:||"Steven Green" <email@example.com>
hey, Kevin.. I just saw a couple of pics of you, while scanning old photos..
how's it going?
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
Collectibles and Memorabilia
Vintage Lego Sets and Parts
- and Paradox support, too
"Kevin Ring" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
I'm jumping on here late, but thanks for all this, Bernie. It's useful.
I think Paradox for DOS would've enjoyed a much longer life had Borland
made an effort to keep it running under Windows command boxes. While a
GUI can help present data in ways that a character-based interface
cannot, there is nothing inherent in a GUI that is necessary for a
database to function.
And as I have yet to find the time and/or money to move to a different
platform, I'm still using it on a limited basis for several tasks at my
So again, thanks!
On 12/29/2016 10:21 PM, Bernie van't Hof wrote:
> A common theme among us (presumptive) fossils seems to be that PDOXDOS
> is remembered fondly.
> As I look back over years of reported difficulties like on the site it
> appears most related to operating system issues, table corruption,
> locked files, bde etc.
> It seems there were very few criticisms of the actual underlying product
> itself, the language and what it could achieve with relative simplicity.
> PDOXDOS stopped being used because the greater powers turned their back
> after being unable to bring it into the new age of windows. If it had
> been allowed to continue, perhaps even enhanced - would it have enjoyed
> a longer life?
> Should I remove the rose-colored-glasses?
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