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Will we have to pay for DELIVERY of code that uses CLIM???
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Date: Wed, 14 Feb 90 10:41 PST
From: Eric Buckman <BUCKMAN@ALAN.kahuna.decnet.lockheed.com>
Subject: Will we have to pay for DELIVERY of code that uses CLIM???
Does anybody know what Symbolics intentions are with regard to delivering CLIM code
on machines that are not being used for development. Specifically, we have a
lab that develops code for use on machines that are spread through out our
Corporation. It is our intent to get a CLIM site license for the development
lab. I was wondering if Symbolics was planning a tact similar to what
they do with Fortran. That is, with Fortran, we can deliver code written on
a machine that what licensed for Fortran onto a machine that is NOT licensed
for FORTRAN. Symbolics will let you put a runtime FORTRAN library on delivery
machines for free. Is Symbolics intending to include a runtime CLIM library on
all Genera 8.0 machines???, or do we need trade-off sticking with DW, vs.
moving to CLIM, and incurring a delivery cost on every delivery.
Thanks for the word.
Eric Buckman, Lockheed