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Porting (Mac OS X) and "reference application" idea [message #9571] Thu, 17 May 2007 17:35 Go to previous message
mirek is currently offline  mirek
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I have an idea how to speed-up the porting (MacOS X now, be it is general).

The most time consuming part of problem is to find out all the information about implementing required things on target platform, something that developer that knows the platform would find primitive. OTOH, target platform guru's are unlikely to know about U++ implementation details.

So my idea is to create "reference application" that will contain all the function for minimal (and perhaps later, advanced) target platform support.

Target platform guru will reimplement this application (using the most straighforward way) and submit the code, which will serve as great boost to development speed (sort of U++ oriented knowledge base).

Thoughts?

Mirek
 
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