A Introduction to Bordeaux 2011.03 for Linux FreeBSD and PC BSD
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"The upcoming Bordeaux for Linux and BSD 2011.03
release will see a major shift in how the program is written and
the new features that will be available to current and future
Bordeaux customers. This is a brief introduction to explain some of
the many planned features that will be available in the upcoming
Bordeaux 2011.03 release.
"The first major change is the Bordeaux 2011.03 GUI has been
rewritten from scratch in Gambas, and requires the Gambas 2.15.2
runtime libraries or higher to be installed to function correctly.
You can easily install Gambas in Linux from Synaptic or Yum or by
going to the Gambas site and downloading a binary or the source
code. Gambas for FreeBSD and PC-BSD can be installed through a
ports install. If you have PC-BSD you will need to install ports if
you haven't already done so."