[FoRK] Fwd: [Processing] download the new beta release!

Ken Meltsner meltsner at gmail.com
Thu May 19 13:34:05 PDT 2005

Shows the common problem with code written by smart people in grad
school: at some point, they graduate.

processing was discussed a few months back on FoRK -- given my snide
comments about the lack of updates, I figured I should forward this

Ken Meltsner

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: announce at processing.org <announce at processing.org>
Date: May 19, 2005 2:02 PM
Subject: [Processing] download the new beta release!
To: announce at processing.org


so it's been at least a year or two since we last sent an announcement
about processing. in the meantime, casey has moved to ucla's d|ma
department and ben completed his phd.

and after going underground for about a year, we re-emerged with the
*beta* release of processing. actually, it was first released a month
ago, so we apologize if you've already heard about it, but we wanted
to wait and fix things before announcing it.

      |      download Processing beta (revision 90) here:     |
      |           http://processing.org/download/             |
      |                                                       |
      | features your kids will love:                         |
      | support for multiple files (tabs), opengl support,    |
      | full screen graphics, a new (more complete) renderer, |
      | better examples and documentation, and much more.     |

we strongly recommend that you check out the new faq,
particularly the "bugs" section, if you run into any trouble:

or to find out how to fix up your old "alpha" code, see:

and if you have questions, a community of helpful souls
awaits your inquiry: http://processing.org/discourse/

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Absolute power corrupts absolutely, but model train sets do a pretty
good job as well

-- 2/28/05, in a odd dream

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