Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 22nd Aug 2013 21:00 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives

Although I have been a lazy blogger lately we haven't been lazy working on our remaining tasks at all. So, unsurprisingly, since my previous post we have reached and passed a few nice milestones. The latest one is that we're finally able to build the gcc2/gcc4 hybrid Haiku images again, including all the software needed for the official release.

While that in itself isn't a particularly impressive feat - after all we were already able to build the complete gcc 2 part before - the interesting aspect is how we are doing it.

Interesting progress for Haiku.

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RE[2]: Comment by v_bobok
by testadura on Fri 23rd Aug 2013 08:21 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by v_bobok"
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Sounds like a neat plan. Although I cannot exactly imagine how this will materialize. How will this differ from running QT apps in a QT runtime? Or will Haiku be the QT runtime itself?
Does a QT application have access to Haiku specific API's like messaging/translators/etc? If so, you loose the benefit somewhat, since an application is not cross platform anymore and QT Haiku development still needs customization.

Edited 2013-08-23 08:38 UTC

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