• Purebasic

    From Janni@VERT/DASAN to All on Wednesday, August 24, 2022 14:24:00
    Hi,

    Anyone into PureBasic ?
    I recently discovered it realizing it has been around for years.
    It is still actively maintained and support Win, Linux, OSX and Arm (raspberry).

    I like it due to the basic like syntax and portability. The executables are small without need for a lot of dependencies.

    Also I like the license model. It's 79Euro for a lifetime license (all future updates). You can install it in all your environments using the same license.

    I realize this is becoming a commercial so I will stop now...

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  • From Ragnarok@VERT/DOCKSUD to Janni on Monday, August 29, 2022 12:24:00
    El 24/8/22 a las 09:24, Janni escribió:
    Hi,

    Anyone into PureBasic ?
    I recently discovered it realizing it has been around for years.
    It is still actively maintained and support Win, Linux, OSX and Arm (raspberry).

    I like it due to the basic like syntax and portability. The executables are small without need for a lot of dependencies.

    Also I like the license model. It's 79Euro for a lifetime license (all future updates). You can install it in all your environments using the same license.

    I realize this is becoming a commercial so I will stop now...

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    you can check qb64 / freebasic / gambas that are open source.

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  • From Ron Lauzon@VERT/SYNCNIX to Janni on Sunday, September 04, 2022 14:06:00
    Janni wrote to All <=-

    Anyone into PureBasic ?

    Is that the one written by Kemeny and Kurtz after the PCs took over the market?


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  • From Janni@VERT/DASAN to Ron Lauzon on Monday, September 05, 2022 12:23:00
    Re: Re: Purebasic
    By: Ron Lauzon to Janni on Sun Sep 04 2022 14:06:00

    Is that the one written by Kemeny and Kurtz after the PCs took over the market?

    no this one isn't that "pure", but been around for 24 years and maintainer is still going strong.

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  • From Dr. What@VERT/OLDSCH to Janni on Tuesday, September 06, 2022 08:29:00
    Janni wrote to Ron Lauzon <=-

    Is that the one written by Kemeny and Kurtz after the PCs took over the market?

    no this one isn't that "pure", but been around for 24 years and
    maintainer is still going strong.

    I just looked it up. It looks like a cross-platform VisualBasic.

    I remember Kemeny and Kurtz doing an updated BASIC for the MS-DOS platform. They were discouraged by the bunch of variants that were created and wanted something better for people. Unfortunately, by the time they bought it out, the PC market had moved away from BASIC.


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