Distributed RVS, Darcs, tech love
arne at vajhoej.dk
Sun Oct 21 16:39:53 CEST 2007
>> different. Having a dead - i mean end of development line software
>> like TeX - and
> Based on what do you call it "dead end". It's used, it's outlasted many
> other flashes in the pan, it does what its users require. You will need
> evidence for such a claim.
According to wikipedia the last version is from december 2002.
That level of activity could be considered dead.
It would for almost any other software. Tex has some
"absolute" over it, so I am not sure normal software
But you could argue based on that.
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