Re: [NTLK] Leverage bound manual

From: Dan (
Date: Mon Dec 27 2004 - 08:15:45 PST

David Neale wrote:
> But isn't Leverage a commercial product? I've been trying to find a
> good, simple database for Newton for some time, but have only come
> across fairly expensive ones (Leverage lists at $139), ones whose
> developers can no longer be located, and others that tend to give
> errors.
> If Leverage is now available, I'd lke to know what others find of it.

I *think* it is still commercial. At least I have never heard of the
author releasing it. Now weather or not it is still sold, that is
another matter. One good simple database is FilePad, yet can be complex
if you want. Another one is ebase which is a exetension of NewtWorks.

Filepad is nice in that you export your data, unfornitually the the
windows receving program has been lost. But if you have a Mac you are
in luck as that version is still around.

Ebase can also export data, but it can only do it in its own format
rather than something that can be ported to vairous other database programs.

I would suggest checking out both, they are are on UNNA and free. And
if anyone has the Filepad Windows connection program, please get in
touch with me. Thanks!


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