FW: PAM Lily public beta available for download

Posted by Lee Wells | Wed Jan 23rd 2008 12:23 p.m.


[PAM] goofed around with a version of Bill Orcutt's mysql object for
Max/MSP. Which was good but was abandoned by Bill to peruse lilly. We
forgave him as loadbang.net released a JAVA based mysql object that was just
as good.

Think of it as MAX/MSP/Jitter for Websites. It's pretty cool
There is no 1 to 1 translation of MAX/MSP Jitter objects to or from Lilly
but I think you'll see the immediate similarities and possibilities for good
old fashion creative fun

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From: Bill Orcutt <bill@lilyapp.org>
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2008 10:32:30 -0800
To: Bill Orcutt <bill@lilyapp.org>
Subject: Lily public beta available for download

Hi Everyone-

The first Lily public beta is finally available for download- you can
grab it via the now enabled download link at http://www.lilyapp.org/.
This first beta is essentially feature complete for the 0.1 release.
There's a new set of demo applications, a few new externals and the
usual load of bug fixes, including some significant fixes for Linux.

With the public beta finally out, I'll be focusing on bug fixes,
improving the documentation and preparing the source for the move to
a public repository. And of course, getting ready for Firefox 3.

Since the first round of beta testing is now complete, this is the
last update email you'll get from me. If you'd like to stay current
with the project, you can subscribe to the RSS feed or join the
user's group at http://groups.google.com/group/lily-users. Thanks to
everyone for their help testing Lily.



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