None. I'm not very Mac-literate. (I mostly split my computing between
Windows and Linux, with occasional forays into lesser-known x86 OS's.
It's been a few weeks since even powered a Mac up.) The only thing I can
recall doing to this machine is adding memory and an extra hard drive. (I
can't actually use 8.5 - it's an iMac-specific CD.)
You are correct, sir.
I decided against FutureBasic - and a few others - in favor of RB some
time ago (about the time 5.2 was released). Of course, when I made that
decision, I was also planning on buying a brand-spanking-new Mac, once I
had the money to do so. (Ha, ha, joke's on me.) Lately I've started to
look into FreeBasic, but it doesn't have Mac support yet (maybe never)
and almost certainly wouldn't compile on my machines.
As for the whole "single executable" thing, I've never been a big fan of
doing things that way. I prefer to release a separate binary for each
auric dot auric at gmail dot com
That's the problem these days. Everyone needs reasons.
Whatever happened to blind hatred?
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