OT: X programmer needed for XGameStation IDE

From: Hans Franke <Hans.Franke_at_siemens.com>
Date: Mon Aug 23 15:16:45 2004

Am 23 Aug 2004 13:19 meinte Cameron Kaiser:
> > But right now it's Windows, isn't it? So he should definitly got
> > for Qt and a real multi platform aproach. oterwise he'll loose
> > the Windows people. And yeah, not to mention the huge numer of
> > Mac user ... no, this is not an Ironic statement. After all, the
> > Mac area is (as always) some kind of orphaned wasteland, which
> > menas that such projects get a lot of attention if they support
> > Mac (as it is for linux).

> Plus, too, with OS X it's ridiculously easy to port many Unix apps to the
> Mac. Even if you don't support Aqua, there's been X11 support since Jaguar
> (and it now comes standard with Panther), and I think Qt does have support
> for Aqua/Cocoa controls anyway.

Now, that again is an argument against porting to Mac - was this
your intend? I mean, a Unix X11 port is not a Mac port... and if
I want to run a Unix, then I get myself a nixe x86 based Laptop
and put Linux on ther ... no need for high priced Mac hardware.


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Received on Mon Aug 23 2004 - 15:16:45 BST

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