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RE: The Path of GNUstep (Was: Re: Gnustep + mac + windows? Possib le?)


From: Mondragon, Ian
Subject: RE: The Path of GNUstep (Was: Re: Gnustep + mac + windows? Possib le?)
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 13:47:54 -0500

that wasn't my point.  i really don't give thought to the theme issue,
personally - i was making a comparison of the frequency of
questions/requests concerning the usability of GNUstep under windows as
opposed to something else, and i mentioned themes because it comes up
frequently.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pete French [SMTP:address@hidden
> Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 1:32 PM
> To:   address@hidden; Mondragon, Ian; address@hidden
> Subject:      RE: The Path of GNUstep (Was: Re: Gnustep + mac + windows?
> Possib        le?)
> 
> > i'm sure i'll get caught in the hellish blaze that is likely to ensue,
> but i
> > have to agree with tim on this one.  yes, cross-platform apps/tools/etc.
> are
> > nice & nifty, but how many people are concerned about getting GNUstep
> apps
> > running on Windows compared to, say, the number of people requesting
> some
> > sort of nifty theme mechanism?
> 
> ...though which is more useful ?
> 
> Themes are pointless window dressing. No point in it looking good if it
> doesnt run the code. Cross platform abilities is our best Unique Selling
> Point
> really. Not only is it a fantastic ddevelopment environment but you
> can write once and then deploy on UNIX / Linux / OSX / Windows.
> 
> That a good feature. That will lead to people adopting it. being ale
> to continue deploying my old OpenStep code is my motivation for being
> involved in this, and I would love to be able to do so under Windows
> without having to rip off vopies of YellowBox in order to do so...
> 
> -bat.




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