In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >, MW Ron
This seems to imply that CW 9 will continue to be sold, but it does not
imply that there will be any future revisions of CW.
I do not see how there could be, except for a little bit of bug fixing.
Soon the market for an IDE with compilers targeted to the PPC will be
shrinking. There will be a demand for an IDE with compilers targeted
to the Intel chips and to the API of Mac OS 10.something. I don't see
how MW can get into that market with their x86 technology all gone.
In principle, it might be possible to use somebody else's compilers
within an IDE that looks like CW. In practice, I think it would be a
heroic feat to manage such a team effort. So, CW is declining.
We can *** and moan about this, and we can threaten to go out in the
garden and eat worms, but I don't think we can signify much by doing
Change happens. If product lines were immortal, all our code would
have to be UNIVAC compatible.
God just doesn't fit inside a single religion.