Ton Roosendaal hopes to eventually port Blender to a number of systems, but right now that isn't a priority. By the time this article is printed, the manual and a free version of Blender 1.5 will have been released. After the manual goes out, a commercial CD-ROM will be published containing Complete Blender (version 1.8)--hopefully, by mid-1999.
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