LOL . NO i didn't assume anyone here knows about that pre BB purchase full free x86 developer RTP ISO unless you were around when Dan (qnx CEO) was involved with that AMIGA developer release when they nearly partnered commercially with his company.
Originally Posted by ninez
i didn't find it as such (dan told me way back in the closed groups) and i wasn't keeping track, it and several older RTP developer URLs were in my browser bookmarks so i thought people might like to actually try it to know its NOT Slow as they assume, far from it... one day
Michael might even bother to bench it now he has a direct ftp that still carries it, even if that version is older
against minix/linux etc given its one of a very few that is actually officially UNIX certified unlike some here
perhaps i wasn't clear enough, im saying that that older 6.2 version was put together for full one time non commercial single x86 development platform given the AMIGA owners were considering both x86 and PPC at the time and qnx covers both those and ARM too, whereas their current BB limited developer ISO's are BB java centric and these newer versions are 30day trials (with an unstated little known fact that there is a free licence for NC end users) with a limited BB Java developer focus not generic x86 focus with GCC etc as the tool chain as back then, and not less featured as you put it for a commercial developer paying his fees to get that existing feature, but defiantly less featured as standard for the NC user at home, hence the advice to get that now while its still there and you dont need to register or have a personal NC key mailed to you as you do with the newer BB versions today.
as far as QNX having less features than previous versions ~ do you have any facts / info to back up that claim