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9 May 2003 01:32:50 -0700
address@hidden (BK) wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> address@hidden (Rainer Joswig) wrote ...
> > address@hidden (BK) wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> > > According to Digitool's web site, MCL currently only runs in Classic
> > > and V5.0 is only for selected customers cause it's a preview, not an
> > > official release yet.
> > Why don't you just do the basic research and go to the Digitool
> > web site and read it? It says on the front page:
> > "The beta version of MacOSX native MCL (MCL 5.0) is available for purchase."
> > Means, you (and everbody else) can buy the beta version and you
> > (and everybody else) would get the beta version. Yes, the beta
> > version runs under Mac OS X. Native. Yes, lots of people have it.
> OK, I mixed up the preview for selected customers bit, which was LispWorks:
> According to Digitool's website as of May 8, 2003, MCL 5 should be *available
> http://www.digitool.com/purchase.html says:
> MCL-5 MCL 5.0 (shipping January 2003) $750.00
> MCL-5B MCL 5.0 beta (includes final release above) $495.00
> There is also a history of almost three years of "OSX version available soon".
The beta is available now. A final MCL is not yet available. A new
date has not been communicated.
> Taking all this into account, why would I not wait until the thing *actually*
It is cheaper to get the beta now and later the shipping version. Right?
A lot of people who have Lisp-based code written for earlier versions
of MCL are already porting this code to the new Carbon-based MCL 5,
using the beta version of MCL 5.
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Re: Is Emacs on Aqua crippleware or is it just broken?, BK, 2003/05/07