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Re: JRun Servlet Engine 2.2

From: Dennis Sosnoski <denniss@slmd.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Sep 1998 19:26:43 -0400 (EDT)
Message-Id: <35EC8193.468A2D99@slmd.com>
To: Paul Colton <pc@livesoftware.com>
Cc: www-jigsaw@w3.org
I wish your company would stop calling JRun "free", when it's only free
for internal use and cannot be redistributed without a fairly costly
license.  I'm currently looking at using Jigsaw for an intranet
application mainly because it's the only truly free alternative
available for running Servlets on Windows systems.

To call JRun free without qualification is deceptive.

  - Dennis

Paul Colton wrote:
> We have released our JRun Servlet Engine 2.2 which includes a 'connector'
> for all Servlet capable servers.
> I would be interested in hearing from Jigsaw users as to how the
> integration goes. JRun supports many advanced features, an all Swing GUI,
> and is free.
> We're also release our JRun Scripting Toolkit 1.0 which adds support for
> JSP, Taglets, and Presentation Templates, it is not free.
> More info on either at http://jrun.com
> -Paul
> ____________________________________________________________
> Paul Colton                    Fax:  (408) 727-7750
> Live Software, Inc.            Web:  http://jrun.com
> 1400 Coleman Ave, Suite C26          http://livesoftware.com
> Santa Clara, CA 95050-4316     Email: pc@livesoftware.com
Received on Wednesday, 2 September 1998 12:19:28 UTC

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