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James Thompson

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Issue #106, Section #3 (2 Feb 2004: Why AppServer? And other issues)
Issue #105, Section #1 (18 Jan 2004: Sequences)
Issue #105, Section #2 (18 Jan 2004: Dropdown triggers)
Issue #101, Section #2 (22 Dec 2003: Moving to svn)
Issue #99, Section #3 (10 Nov 2003: GTrigger splits)
Issue #98, Section #4 (3 Nov 2003: Documentation)
Issue #95, Section #2 (23 Aug 2003: Licensing implications of writing applications in GNUe)
Issue #95, Section #3 (23 Aug 2003: 0.5.1 packaged as a setup.exe for Microsoft Windows)
Issue #93, Section #2 (9 Aug 2003: Display masks and 'select count distinct')
Issue #93, Section #7 (9 Aug 2003: GNUe Small Business and arias)
Issue #90, Section #2 (19 Jul 2003: Possible release of Forms/Common without Designer)
Issue #90, Section #4 (19 Jul 2003: on-startup and other triggers in Forms)
Issue #87, Section #5 (28 Jun 2003: Plans for 0.5.1 release)
Issue #84, Section #3 (7 Jun 2003: New relase and Debian packaging strategy)
Issue #82, Section #7 (24 May 2003: Documentation and dependencies for GNUe)
Issue #82, Section #9 (24 May 2003: Developing alternative user interface drivers for GNUe)
Issue #82, Section #11 (24 May 2003: Database drivers for PostgreSQL in GNUe)
Issue #80, Section #2 (10 May 2003: Native User Interface for Microsoft Windows)
Issue #80, Section #3 (10 May 2003: Dialogue boxes in Forms)
Issue #79, Section #1 (3 May 2003: Announcing the 0.5.0 releases)
Issue #79, Section #2 (3 May 2003: Using Parameters in Forms)
Issue #79, Section #3 (3 May 2003: Native Microsoft Windows UI for Forms)
Issue #79, Section #4 (3 May 2003: Designer wizard to compile web forms)

 

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