Re: Delphi 2005's packaging is the nicest yet.
Date: 17 Mar 2005 18:52:39 -0800
Mark Andrews wrote:
> I don't recall anyone saying they bought Delphi because the packaging
> was "nice". I have seeen several people say they wish they hadn't
> bought it because it wasn't yet stable. Most developers were happy
> with the standard white & blue or black and orange box that contained
> a nice set of manuals and some cd's appropriately packaged in a
> sleeves or jewel boxes. No one ever complained about the packaging.
> They do complain about the bugs.
Well, now I'm not at all sure what your point is.
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