I'm new to co-linux. I wanted to thank you for such a great program!=20
I've decided I have to use Windows still :(=20
(because Opera is faster in windows and Delphi is better than Lazarus, =
and I can't make any quick bank-robbery style money selling linux =
...CoLinux helps.. :)
I'm going to be compiling Elf files from freepascal compiler with =
CoLinux, so that I don't have to dual boot just to create a CGI =
application for a linux server. The problem is: I love linux, but =
windows may offer me to pay for food/expenses moreso than linux, for the =
time being. So co-linux helps bridge that gap between someone who still =
needs linux as the server, and windows as the desktop/CGI development =
NEWS HEADLINE: "Develop ELF CGI applications in a Windows IDE or text =
editor, without ever using a Linux hardware box!"
Yes it's better than VMware, VNC, Cygwin, etc. Thanks to colinux.
CoLinux seems to be the answer! I'm going to tightly integrate colinux =
into a Win32 text editor (IDE) in order to compile, and upload ELF CGI =
applications to a linux server.. from a windows machine. (First I have =
to learn how to talk to coLinux through an API of some sort).
I wanted to ask a flamewar style question:=20
Why is the colinux config file in XML? It seems so verbose compared to =
the standard linux config file type ;) I think XML is very hard to read =
since some settings are mingled in too much mark-up. I'd rather edit the =
file line by line like a regular 'ol linux config file.
Of course, this is just one of those xml rants, but I like clarity!=20