NEW YORK – February 4, 2002 – Runtime Labs, a premiere provider of Mac
developer tools, today announced the release and immediate availability of
MacSQL 2..21. MacSQL is a robust solution for database management on the
Macintosh. A fully AppleScriptable application, MacSQL provides web
authors, publishers, and developers with a simple, graphical way to
interact with SQL databases.

MacSQL 2.1.2, is a free update for current users of MacSQL. This
maintenance release adds improvements to AppleScript support, the ability
to specify the text encoding used on a remote database, a tutorial on how
to synchronize data between a SQL database and Filemaker Pro, and numerous
bug fixes and performance enhancements.

MacSQL is commercial software, and costs US$249 to purchase. A Lite version
is available for US$99. A demo version, which expires after 10 days, is
also available.

MacSQL 2.1 requires a PowerPC computer running Mac OS X or MacOS 9.x with
CarbonLib 1.3.1 or greater installed. ODBC support requires the Merant ODBC
Driver Manager. Oracle support requires the Oracle JDBC for Java 2.

Where to Download

MacSQL 2.1.2 and MacSQL 2.1.2 Lite can be purchased and downloaded at
( The demo and update version can be
downloaded at (

About Runtime Labs

Runtime Labs is a small, highly skilled software development shop
established in July 2000. Runtime Labs develops innovative software
products while providing its developers with the best possible environment
to explore their creativity. MacSQL 2.1 is the company’s first commercial
product release, having previously released numerous freeware and shareware

Runtime Labs, Inc.
Creators of MacSQL – the premier
application for talking to SQL databases
from the Macintosh.