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psdJournal 0.1.0 Beta 1 Available [Sep. 6th, 2004|06:12 pm]
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Great News!

psdJournal 0.1.0 Beta 1 is available for download right now!

Some notes about this release:

* It is a BETA version!! * - This means that there will definately be some bugs somewhere!

Not all features/functions are implimented at this time, but [just about] everything works for posting to LiveJournal.

I've packaged the release with the program files only! This means that if your system is lacking certain runtime files then you will need to download and install those separately!

Currently, psdJournal requires the following runtime files: (which can be found on the PSD Software downloads page)

Visual Basic 6.0 SP6

Microsoft Data Access Components 2.8

|-+ Microsoft ADO Extensions 2.8 for DDL and Security Library

..and various system files.

Please visit the PSD Software website for more information on psdJournal.

Website: http://psdsoftware.uni.cc

psdJournal: http://psdsoftware.uni.cc/psdjournal.htm

Downloads: http://psdsoftware.uni.cc/downloads.html

PSD Software LiveJournal: http://www.livejournal.com/users/psd_software/

psdJournal Community: http://www.livejournal.com/community/mylj_client/

Also note that until a more final release is available source code will not be available.

Please report to me any bugs or errors that you encounter, any suggestions you have on features/operability/functionality, etc. Thanks!

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Comments:
From: psd_software
2004-09-06 06:34 pm (UTC)
It doesn't differ all that much, and there are no hooks. If you're happy with the client you use now then there's no reason to change.

My client is just something new. Personally the only client I've used is LJ.NET and as far as comparing my client to that one, well obviously I'm biased but I like mine better.

The real "hook" so to speak is more for other programmers as I'm going to make this client open-source, and the only "cool" thing about that is that my client is coded in Visual Basic 6.0; as far as I am aware there are no other VB6 clients out there, so all the other old-school coders can look at something that is not a .NET language.

This is a project that I've wanted to do for 1yr+ but never started it, and now that I finally have I want to publish it and promote it as much as I can, whether or not I gain any users. Moreso than not I created this client for myself (as I do with most of my other free software) as a learning experience.

Maybe you'll want to pull up my page anyways and see what other free software I've created that you might have a use for.
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