Restored from previous forum. Originally posted by Rings.
But don't misunderstood .I have no Dr.Watson's , Exception or Blue screen
while experiement with PureBasic.That ' s a good stage for developing.
But a few (and for commercial use needed) functions are missing.
It seemed that PureBasic's Language can be extended with external Librarys
(Using of nasm recommented) Is That Right ?
How is the response on the Linux-Version ? If PureBasic should be established on the global market you have to know that a few (native) Basic-Comilers
for Windows exists, but nor one for Linux.
So there is no reason to buy that tool, because it is (today) in no way better
than other existing compilers.
If you want to write a games-compiler (3DX-support)- do not reinvent the wheel.
I Think PureBasic is a good Thing, compile all needed ASM Routines together to work.(i know the way from Dos-Development )
I will be examine this forum and the purebasic websites in future.
So keep on working
I'm only working on Windows version for the moment.
For binary file acces and serial communications i don't know.
Graphics for gadgets are for the next Version 2.40.
Every prog has bugs to correct and functions to implement.
I think PB is a young programming language with lots of things to do (and it's very interesting for me to help it has to grow with my modest contribution), but it does the job very well with less ans less bugs.
I don't know what's exactly the definition for beta software, but for me PB not seems to be in a beta stage...
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