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 It have been more then 2 years since CC2 is forgot!

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olimpiu


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Posted: 06/26/2007, 10:29 AM

Dear YesSoftware.

I trully appreciate your work. CC2 was gorgeus and CCS is e lot better. However there are few that consider that for the simple things would preffer better to use the old CC2 instead of CCS.

Can't you just make us a gift and opne the sources of the project to Sourceforge or to open source community?

If it's price let's try this. Decide the amount of money you want to open it to Open Source Community, then start a donation place online.

If there is a true interest from users we will pay the amount. If there is not, then we got our answer.

What do you think about this proposal.

Thank you

Olimpiu
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mamboBROWN


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Posted: 06/27/2007, 5:36 AM

olimpiu
Not that you will not get an answer from peterr but if I where you I would basically give this request directly to support (http://support.yessoftware.com) as a wish/request and let them give it to the proper decision maker.
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TriLogic


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Posted: 12/14/2007, 8:39 AM

I like the simplicity and pricing model of CodeCharge versus CCS myself - never liked the idea of renting my programming tools. Original CodeCharge can do some tasks much easier than CCS.

One of the problems in BOTH is the ability to produce grids nor forms and use them within an existing application that is not CodeCharge(Studio)? CC and CCS are written to assume they are the only development environment in use. That makes using these tools for existing projects more difficult.

I don't know anyone for instance that writes modules for DotNetNuke in CodeChargeStudio, for Joomla, XOOPS or for any other exisitng application for that matter. Yes seems to want you to write the entire application within CC and/or CCS and to my mind that is a very unreasonable way to look at things.

While you can extract CC and even CCS generated code from the YesSoftware framework and still use them in existing apps - it is not simple nor easy.
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