12 Jun 2002 bdodson   » (Journeyer)

Well, I have my project NTXShape running on SourceForge. Freshmeat won't take it though, saying they only list Unix projects. So, I rolled up my sleeves and got it working on Linux - this was on my short-term plan anyway and most of the groundwork was done - and then re-submitted to freshmeat. Again they say I must support Unix. So last night I got it to compile and run on Solaris/Sparc, and compared the results to the Win32 and Linux versions. They all work the same. Still they say "no freshmeat for you."

The Linux and Sparc support were on my to-do list, so I'm glad I found an excuse to do that, but now I want the immediate gratification!

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