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First Binary of Composer++ for Windows Available

Sunday May 11th, 2003

Daniel Glazman has posted an initial binary package of Composer++ for Windows. This version offers many improvements over the standard Composer, including support for absolute positioning, better resizing, a snap-to-grid option and inline table editing. To get the application to run, you may have to copy the files msvcr70.dll and msvcp70.dll to the folder into which you installed Composer++ (these files may already be on your system; search for them before downloading).

Update! A Linux build is now also available.

Another Update! The first Mac OS X binary is now available. In addition, new Windows and Linux builds have been released.


#34 Re: "Regular" Compoer Improvements?

by minh

Monday May 12th, 2003 7:41 PM

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I don't think it will incorporated into the Mozilla suite. Mozilla 1.5 will be split into separate apps. Glazman stated that Composer will become an independant application like Firebird that goes on top of the Gecko Runtime Enviroment. Frankly,I like Composer to be a separate app. It will have tighter management and be a lot leaner and meaner. When Composer is part of the mozilla suite, it doesn't get the same attention that it deserves.