[thelist] Homesite 5.0

Pearson, John JOHN.PEARSON at eia.doe.gov
Thu Nov 15 08:55:33 CST 2001

plus it seems to be linked more tightly to MM Fireworks etc.

Havent got it yet but I hope they've fixed the ftp link.
I find the Dreamweaver one is far easier to setup

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Subject: Re: [thelist] Homesite 5.0

Memo from Martin P Burns of PricewaterhouseCoopers

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Not as much CF support, sure, but still some.

Plus some for ASP & JSP.

(Not tried CF5, it may be stripped out of there)


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Subject:  Re: [thelist] Homesite 5.0

On Tuesday 13 November 2001 14:46, Rory.Plaire at wahchang.com wrote:
> Raymond caught my eye with this statement:
> | Of course I'm biased, but I can say I'm very happy with Studio 5.
> So, does this mean that Homesite _is_ Studio?

HomeSite is a stripped down version of CF Studio - no CF support, etc...

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