Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 17th Jun 2006 17:44 UTC, submitted by Pep
General Development "Alky is a tool that allows you to convert a Windows executable to a Mac OS X or Linux binary. We are focused on high-end gaming at the moment, though we will support other applications in the future. Our binary translation layer is already working fully for OS X and Linux support is in progress. Of course, Windows applications use a very different set of libraries from Linux or OS X applications so we are also working on a library called LibAlky that will provide those Windows libraries to the application." One of the project's members is Cody Brocious, one of the developers behind PyMusique.
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RE[2]: What wine cant do worth #*$@
by cromo on Sat 17th Jun 2006 18:57 UTC in reply to "RE: What wine cant do worth #*$@"
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Eerrr nevermind.

Edited 2006-06-17 18:59

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