Le 07/12/2018 à 17:01, spinach williams a écrit :
On Dec 7, 2018, at 7:39 AM, Abdurrahim Cakarmicrosoft is not a small team of developers working for free in their
Do you know where Xorg can run. Do you think why microsoft still
adding support for Winforms on .net std. We can just focus on .net
std thing. What will they achive by doing that? Simple all things
that can be ported will be available.
Why windows have subsystem for unix?haiku is POSIX compliant – UNIX tools will run. however, having its
own integrated graphics stack already there’s no point in porting
X.org, and apps written specifically for it (there aren’t many) need
to be adapted. have you tried running X in macOS? the experience is
atrocious and that’s an actual UNIX system. far better are ports that
leverage cocoa. in haiku, ports should (and currently do) leverage
the haiku api as much as possible. rather than dictating what we
should do, you’d be better served looking at the solutions others
have come up with for porting apps to haiku, which is why
haikuports.org was suggested.