Another review of Kylix, this time by ITWorld's Joshua Drake,
who says the price is a little steep and there are a few features
that keep it short of perfection. He predicts it will become an
"extremely powerful force in Linux" over time.
"...There are a couple of items that Kylix does not include that
I felt would have been nice to have, like CVS integration and
dbExpress components for PostgreSQL. I do not know of any plans for
CVS but I do know that the PostgreSQL team is working on the
dbExpress components now."
"At $1,999 for the server edition, the cost of Kylix might be a
shocker to some. You might really start to wonder if you are better
off using KDevelop with C++ or BlackAdder with Python. Borland may
want to consider a subscription-based option for Kylix like Zend
offers. If you buy Zend products, you purchase them for $600
annually or $50 monthly. If I were a professional Kylix programmer,
I would have no problem laying down $50 a month for a royalty-free
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