Rema Stuff

Anonymous

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Just was thinking the other day and a lot of people have blackberries, maybe a addition to the REMA system could be integration to a blackberry such as data entry and then syncing to the REMA data? My first thought was the Property Analyzer.

Also, a while back I had inquired about a mac version. But a friend of mine suggested that maybe I should learn Objective-C and build my own tracking software for my Mac. It really has been a long time since I have coded under a Unix platform in C but I will tinker around and maybe have a version some time soon.
 

GarthChapman

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With the proliferation of inexpensive and ever-smaller laptops we aren`t currently planning any linkage to hand-helds.

On the Mac issue, there is an easy way to have REMA run on your Mac. Windows emulation software such as VMware Fusion ($80) will allow anyone with a Mac running OS 10 with an Intel Chip to run REMA and any other Windows software also. See this post for more on REMA for Macs

Hope that helps,