It only took six years. Or was it eight?

by Volker Weber

I am pleased to report that a very long, and sorry saga, lasting more than 6 years, has finally come to a close! I am, of course referring to the LSX Toolkit. I got my new version of it today, the previous release having come out in 2001. That's a long time to wait, but Friends! The waiting is Over!

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Halleluja !

Dirk Burdenski, 2009-03-31

Good things come to those who wait... and wait... and wait.

Ben Langhinrichs, 2009-03-31

Now, what will be the first question in the "Ask the Developers" session in Lotusphere 2010?

Andy Brunner, 2009-03-31

Performance tweaks for 8.5x
Future of Lotusscript
Xpages in the client

… take your pick :o)

Ben Poole, 2009-03-31

The future of Lotusscript is Java ;-)

Karsten Lehmann, 2009-03-31

Karsten, ROTFL


Ben Poole, 2009-03-31

@Andy, I don't know, but I'm glad that the pressure is now off of me to ask it

Bob Balaban, 2009-03-31

There is probably only a very small chance you would have to ask "when are you going to fix the 2009 LSX toolkit. Or whatever it is called now. ;-)

Volker Weber, 2009-03-31

@ Karsten: You mean the future of LotusScript is JavaScript?
look for jnotes.dll

Stephan H. Wissel, 2009-03-31

@Stephan: Does the modern JavaScript have type-safety? If not, I won't code much in it, but do the most directly in Java and use the Javascript/Java bridge.

Karsten Lehmann, 2009-03-31

Add RT>HTML fidelity to the list (as in iFidelity)

Colin Williams, 2009-03-31

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