Well some parts has to be provided. Like in the example to get more porting
possible there has to be some decisions been done. To port Linux heavy
designs there should be good support for XLib. To get these groundworks
some decisions has to be made like implementing something like XSDL:
https://github.com/pelya/xserver-xsdl. To me if we have some kind of forum
to talk about this i could raise the topic there; I cannot work alone on
big projects like that. So I will get straight into the point:
- Does core team have plans to support Xlib, pulseaudio etc or where does
these discussions take place?
- Do core team review codes; If so what are the requirements?
I cannot start such big projects on my own. Also I at least expect
discussions and code reviews for big projects. So I think I made my point
clear; Without discussion for such topics there wont be decisions, without
decisions been done risks are too high with lack of code reviews and
On Fri, Dec 7, 2018 at 5:23 PM Adrien Destugues <pulkomandy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
7 décembre 2018 15:16 "Abdurrahim Cakar" <abdurrahim.cakar@xxxxxxxxx> a
Hi everyone, I am newly coming into haiku development so newbie here,wine it would pay lot more
I think this wine thing can give Haiku real deal. If we start porting
sooner. If we put such thing on roadmap I could get interested portingsuch thing,
You have to understand one thing about Haiku: there is not really a
roadmap, especially for porting applications.
If you think wine helps you in your workflow, just start porting Wine. If
you have questions along the way,
ask, and we'll see how we can help. There will be no effort on this from
the Haiku team because we work on the
OS itself and that keeps us busy enough. We can't take care of porting
every application out there.
Everytime someone asks me why Haiku does not have Firefox, my answer is
"ask Mozilla why they won't port it".
You can't expect the Haiku core team to take care of porting everything
out there. At some point people have
to port their own apps, or the apps they want to use.