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Larry (Jenolan) Lewis

Coding is what defines me, especially when it doesn't… also.

Jenolan Caves

This is not Jenolan Caves, we use the Jenolan name because we love the Jenolan, Abercrombie, Wombeyan, & Yarrangobilly caves.

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  • 2015-08-10
    RBR defunct

    •  Jenolan

      Well I waited for T:ANE to be sure, it totally did not excite me, as far as I can see it is pretty much just TS12 with a new game engine. Writing RBR style Activities in it would be ted-i-arse in the extreme and writing a compiler for it that would run on Windoze & Mac is simply more than I am prepared to even consider. It is a huge shame I really enjoyed writing Activities(Scenarios) and I also enjoyed building the various compilers/builders that the RBR crew used as well ... butt that's it kimosabe totally done absolutely with 'Trainz'.

      Just deleted the RBR domain name, the business name and trademarks were cancelled a while ago but it is finally all done. The compendium is still available and Norm's new stuff will stay but other than that we are dun!

  • 2015-04-25

    •  Jenolan
      For all that they did, and for all they were never able to do, we remember. #LestWeForget

      Kevin Andrews at Villers-Bretonneux, France on this day.

  • 2015-04-10
    Vale Mr Cricket

    •  Jenolan

      Well it is with sadness that I heard this morning that Richie Benaud has passed away, never had the pleasure of seeing him play as I am way too young but to me he was always the voice of cricket. Since he has been unable to commentate it has become a matter of natter rather than commenting from the announcers. No matter how slow a game was when Richie was commenting the game was always interesting, he could talk about the game both what was on the field at the time and the game itself.

      Cricket will just not have the same life without our Ritchie .. rest well and bowl those maiden overs with your mate Tony.