Date: Tue, 14 Apr 1998 14:04:17 -0700
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From: "Chamberlain, Rex" <CHAMBRE@MAIL.NORTHGRUM.COM>
Subject: Re: SAS Version 7.00 Requires IE40
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A few more of my cents into this discussion . . .
Just a guess but it is probably not as simple as adding just a few DLL's
since what I hear is that IE4 makes fairly heavy changes to Win 95.
Registry, new dirs, and whatever. At some point it is just probably
easier to just use the IE4 install rather that roll your own. If you
use the IE4 install at least you are consistent, even if it is
consistently bad. And you get some sort of change control, albeit by
> From: Tim Churches[SMTP:tchurch@IBM.NET]
> Reply To: Tim Churches
> Sent: Tuesday, April 14, 1998 1:15 PM
> To: SAS-L@VM.MARIST.EDU
> Subject: Re: SAS Version 7.00 Requires IE40
> Much discussion of SAS V7.0's requirement for IE 4.0 to be installed.
> Good suggestions that SI package just the DLL's required, not the
> of IE 4.0.
> Netscape have now released the source code for Netscape Navigator, so
> the developers at SI can freely examine it. Netscape are also open to
> deals to enhance or re-use the code. Couldn't SI incorporate Netscape
> code directly into SAS? Netscape is almost as multi-platform as SAS,
> which would allow SAS to retain the same browser features on every
> platform. An OUTPUT window in SAS which correctly renders HTML and GIF
> and JPEG graphics would be nice! This would be a logical companion for
> the HTML output capability being built into Version 7.0. Maybe we'll
> it in Version 7.1...
> Tim Churches