|written by Neuzd on Sep 07, 2007 09:32|
|Thanks, the software I'm referring to is called CrossOver.|
I first read about it on Doug Adams (not THAT one) site. He's a friendly guy writing applescripts mainly for iTunes.
I'm fine with works in development.
I was curious because I feel portability is an inspiring situation for a developer.
Just because we're (casually?) on topic:
I'm also a Mac user, as almost anyone I have different systems, so I also own a Win98 PC to play games and freewares like Noctis and doing few other things.
Sadly the HD of my iBook got fried and I decided to wait and buy another one instead of repairing that, but datas of course are always the most important thing on a machine of yours...
I'm buying a sleek new iMac as soon as the new OS comes out.
I'll be surely relying on BootCamp to run an updated version of Windows and related programs (Thief III, Knytt Stories, finally!); I think XP is the most stable and powerful for my needs now (gaming, gaming, and gaming).
So Alex is doing all the work himself.
Being new I was afraid that if there were any "Alex Little Helpers", they too deserved a thanking.