Announcement: OmniMark is Free

Buss, Jason A jabuss at
Wed May 19 23:20:38 BST 1999

The download for the IDE includes the source code for Omnimark5.  I believe
you just elect not to install the IDE using the Web Object Packager

Unfortunately, something is up with Omnimark's server (possibly low
bandwidth) but my downloads from that server are running less then 1K over a
T1 frame.  The darn thing either locks up and times out, or corrupts the
file when it downloads.  Hopefully next week I will be able to download it.


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Elliotte Rusty Harold [SMTP:elharo at]
> Sent:	Wednesday, May 19, 1999 11:33 AM
> To:	Buss, Jason A
> Subject:	RE: Announcement: OmniMark is Free
> >I believe the IDE is the $995 payware, but the source code for the
> Omnimark5
> >processing engine itself is free.
> >
> They say the source code is free, but where is it? What's the URL? I can't
> find it and no URL is given in the press release. If it's on their web
> site
> somewhere it's pretty well hidden.  It looks like vaporware to me.
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