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Linux native support

JFonSJFonS Member
edited May 2015 in Suggestions & requests
I think Gideros is great but I only use GNU/Linux and it's quite frustrating to use Gideros on it as some features of the IDE don't work (in my case I can't even type any text) and the CLI is a pain to use because wine makes things really odd.

So I was looking at the source code and I saw it uses Qt, is there anything that prevents the code from being ported easily to GNU/Linux? I programmed in C++ before although I never used Qt, my intention is to do the porting myself (only the CLI stuff) but I wanted to know if it's going to take a lot of work and if somebody could give some clue about how to approach it. My guess is only the sockets part will have to be modified but I don't actually know.

Thanks in advance.


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