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  • Tim
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    Re: Other Platforms

    The price for a new Dual Platform, Standard Edition will be $48, which is 1.6 times the single platform price of $30. The Pro Edition for both platforms will be $80 ($50 x 1.6).

    If you have an old, single-user BC2 license to upgrade, you'll basically get $15 off whatever BC3 license you want. So in your case it would be: $48 - $15 = $33

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    Re: Other Platforms

    I'm still considering a "dual-platform" license, at 1.6 times the single platform price. I'm pretty sure we'll offer it, but I need to work through the details.
    That seems to suit my needs, as I'd need an upgrade for the BC2 on Win, and a 'new' for BC3 on Linux, so ..

    Win upgrade - half price of $30 = $15
    Linux new - full price = $30

    Total $45 , or 1.5 times the single platform price.

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  • Tim
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    I'm still considering a "dual-platform" license, at 1.6 times the single platform price. I'm pretty sure we'll offer it, but I need to work through the details.

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  • Aaron
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    Re: Other Platforms

    Tentative pricing information is available here:
    http://www.scootersoftware.com/beta3/shop.php

    There is also more information available via the left-hand side menu.

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  • Tim
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    http://www.scootersoftware.com/beta3/download.php

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: Other Platforms

    Where is this Linux version about which you wrote first in August 2006?

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: Other Platforms

    I noticed the tentative prices for BC3, for new versions. Are there any tentative prices for upgrading to BC3 as a 'Win/Linux' upgrade ?

    The Win part for me would be an upgrade, as I now have BC2. The Linux part would be a 'new' BC3.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    It's great that you're coming out with a native Linux version.

    But I'm disappointed that I'll need to purchase two licenses.

    A nice feature of the BC license is that with a single license, I can use BC on more than one computer (although I only use one computer at any given time). Since I dual-boot Windows and Linux, then I'll need two BC licenses to run BC on both the Windows and Linux partitions on the same computer.
    See the first post in this thread - http://www.scootersoftware.com/ubbthread...page=0#Post9320

    You can run BC2 under WINE.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: Other Platforms

    I typed too fast, sorry. The above should read "since there is no Delphi for OSX" instead of "since there is an Delphi for OSX".

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    I would also vote for an OSX version of BC. I read in a thread here that the only reason BC is provided for Linux is because of Kylix. And, since there is an Delphi for OSX (I wish!!), may I suggest http://www.lazarus.freepascal.org/ as a possible solution.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Whooohooo!

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  • heimi
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    Add me to the list of OS X Votes.
    I switched to Mac OS X a while ago and there are two apps I really miss on OS X. One is Picasa from Google and the other is Beyond Compare. I read through the thread and found the hint with Crossover and I will definetly give it a try on Crossover but its nasty to buy a 50$ software to run a 30$ software on a mac.
    Beside that I believe that you are able to build a fast and reliable version of BC on a Mac as soon as you find the time.
    Thanx
    Andreas

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    OS X for me as well, please! Can't live without BC! Convinced two companies, so far. About to persuade number three (although, not much persuasion needed; just show them a pdf/doc/xls diff). Looking forward to the linux version. Can't wait for a native Mac version. I will buy my first personal license.

    Regards,
    Klaus

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: Other Platforms

    Thank you. I will go and ask my manager on this. Happy new year!

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: Other Platforms

    1. Yes
    2. BC3 has the same Perforce commandline support as BC2, with the expanded options available via the Command Line with 3 files (3way merge).
    http://www.scootersoftware.com/support.php?c=kb_vcs.php
    Is that what you mean when you refer to Integration, or this:
    http://www.scootersoftware.com/support.php?c=kb_scc.php

    3.Here is a page describing our policy on pricing: http://www.scootersoftware.com/shop....923&c=upgrades
    Basically, once you hit a certain number, the benefits pertain to that, or any future, orders. So if you order 5 up front, you would get any discounts associated with 5. If you order 2, then 3, the later 3 get the discounts associated with 5.

    -Aaron. Scooter Software. Original posted when not logged in.

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