It seems there was a library of declares called “RealBasic Linux Library” ten years ago. You can see its ghost here;
I haven’t seen it so I don’t know how relevant it may be, but it seems to have vanished from the internet. It might be a useful learning experience to look at the code. Anyone have a copy lying around gathering dust?
No idea if that has any relationship, but you may want to download the Linux library here ; it may contain interesting stuff.
Thanks, but that doesn’t seem to bear the slightest resemblance.
You best hope is now that some member here has kept a copy…
Maybe you should change the title of your thread to “Looking for RealBasic Linux Library rblinux” so it attracts more attention.
Apparently it’s too late to change. I may need to make a new thread.
I’ve changed the title for you to “Looking for RealBasic Linux Library rblinux”.
Incidentally, I’ve reached out to the author, and asked if he’d let me make it available for download again. We’ll see what he says.
I’m the original author, I’m looking for some old dvd backups, and reached out to some former colleagues to see if they can locate the sources.