In WDSCi 7.0.0.x, you just install only the pieces you need - the minimum install is basically the same as the Lite for 6.x.

Someone else already answered that RDi is pretty much just the Lite pieces.

I can't stand working without the WDSCi Outline view now. That's what sold me on lpex over CODE, which I used for years before switching. Before CODE I used Flex/Edit; I haven't used SEU seriously since 1993, and I hate it when I'm forced to use it. I've used PC editors for so long that I'd almost rather use Notepad than SEU (not quite, but almost).

Dave Shaw
Mohawk Industries

----- Original Message ----- From: "Tom Liotta" <qsrvbas@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Newsgroups: midrange.wdsci-l
To: <wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, January 09, 2009 3:56 PM
Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] Switching to RDI from SEU (was: WDSC V7 Turbo Boost)

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I was mostly impressed with the earlier 'Lite' version. Does that
still exist? IMO, that's one of WDSC's failings -- it doesn't
provide an entry-level clear replacement for SEU/PDM. But rather it
provides a whole bunch of stuff that I'll likely never use. I
suspect that a big group of developers see the same view.

If I had a stripped-down WDSC that I could add components to as
their need arose, I'd be much happier.


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