I just recently stumbled upon Run Basic and it sounds interesting. Searching for hosting services I came across runbasichosting.com. However, I'm a bit concerned about continued development and support. On the runbasichosting.com site, the latest information there appears to be Oct 2012. I don't have any idea when the latest version of Run Basic came out and it looks like LiberyBasic 5 went into Alpha testing in June 2012 and hasn't emerged yet. The last entry in Carl Gundel's blog (basicprogramming.blogspot.com) was in Oct 2012. It looks like things have been stalled for about a year and a half. Have the Shoptalk Systems resources been spread so thin that one or more of these products will drop by the wayside?
Run BASIC and Liberty BASIC 5 share the same code base, so development in one is also development in the other.
Carl has a real life which takes precedence when ever need is.
It is not uncommon for one man developments that there is a stalled period.
Until Carl tells us development has stopped, things will be developed and supported.
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Thanks for the update. I wasn't sure if it's a single person or a team developing these products. I didn't mean to sound critical, it's just that there are tons of orphaned development tools on the net. I wanted to make sure I didn't start down a road that was coming to, or already had, an abrupt end. I appreciate the work put into Carl's one-man development of Liberty BASIC and its derivatives. That one's life comes first goes without saying.