#44 support for non-Windows platforms

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2010-09-29
2010-09-29
Paul Wise
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I used to help out with the original version of frhed:

http://bonedaddy.net/pabs3/files/frhed/

I would really love it if frhed were ported to more platforms. I'd love to be able to run it again, but I've long since moved to Linux and I prefer not to run it using Wine since I'm on 64-bit Linux and running 32-bit Windows apps is a bit of a pain. I think this would pay off really well, since you would get more people helping out if they could run it more easily. If you decide to do this I will definitely package it for Debian and Ubuntu.

Discussion

  • SingleBit

    SingleBit - 2010-10-13

    I'd love to see this happen too, for two reasons. One, I could use it on ubuntu, and two, that it will force frhed to not use the windows registry, thereby making it portable again.

     
  • Kimmo Varis

    Kimmo Varis - 2011-03-19

    I have some ideas for this (of course). But not much time currently. I want to convert Frhed to use Qt framework later on.

     

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