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    TyStudio for Solaris ?

    Is anyone working on porting TyStudio to Solaris? (either Sparc or X86)

    Just don't want to waste what little free time I have if someone's already doing it.
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    Re: TyStudio for Solaris ?

    Originally posted by scarabus
    Is anyone working on porting TyStudio to Solaris? (either Sparc or X86)

    Just don't want to waste what little free time I have if someone's already doing it.
    I think it's right behind the Cray Y-MP.
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    Don't forget the PDP-11

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    Re: TyStudio for Solaris ?

    Originally posted by scarabus
    Is anyone working on porting TyStudio to Solaris? (either Sparc or X86)

    Just don't want to waste what little free time I have if someone's already doing it.
    As most of the code is portable between Windows, linux and Mac(nearly) - It should port fairly easily. The bigest problem area would be getting a Solaris port of the QT libraries - investigate that before starting.

    Give it a go - a new platform would be very welcome.

    Join the developer mailing list for tech support during the port.

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    QT is no problem, that builds fine. Looks like there is a few link lines to fix, -lsocket in a few places.

    A bigger issue is why people should be more intelligent in defining types, solaris defines index_t as a short. Annoying.

    I am playing with it, I will see how it goes.

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