[crossposting to the mailinglist, as this might be interesting for more
On Thu, Jul 30, wh1pl4sh wrote:
> Message body follows:
> Hi, what's up?
> I've been using Freemind and vym for quite some time now,
> running an Ubuntu box. Now I've got to work with an Windows
> box, and some of my mind mapping projects won't be usable,
> as currently there's no official Windows support. Anyway,
> I'm a C++ and Qt developer (actually I've been learning Qt
> for a couple of months now) and I really would like to help
> porting vym to windows. If there's anyway for me in
> providing such help, I'd like to participate in development.
Thanks for your offer!
In the past people several times started a port, but never really
finished. THere are still some #ifdef in the code...
Right now version 1.12.x is in maintenance mode, meaning I only fix
In the little time I have left for vym, I work on 1.13, which uses
Model/View. It can be tested already, but still xLinks miss and there
are tons of bugs.
So you could start with 1.12 and if it works we try to port the changes
to 1.13 afterwards.
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