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by Kevin "kj" Woolley

Kevin "kj" Woolley, January 31, 2006

A visit to our product download pages is the quickest and easiest way to get the latest and greatest versions of our software. Every now and then, though, the latest and greatest isn't the right thing. If you're feeling nostalgic,...

A visit to our product download pages is the quickest and easiest way to get the latest and greatest versions of our software.  Every now and then, though, the latest and greatest isn't the right thing.

If you're feeling nostalgic, or maybe if you just need an older version of an ActiveState product to run a certain application, there are older versions still available in our ftp archive.  The archive is accessible at:

You can also get the newest versions there, in the event that the download page doesn't work for you.

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kj is ActiveState’s Systems Administrator. He was born in London, Ontario, grew up in North Vancouver, and spent several years in the Northwest Territories doing technical sales. As a technical infrastructure specialist, he brings over twenty years of systems administration experience to ActiveState.