Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 29th Jun 2007 13:10 UTC, submitted by danwarne
Linux "Between WINE, VMware, BOCHs and ilk - not to mention the renewed focus on virtualisation we're now seeing - we're somewhat spoilt for choice when it comes to running Windows applications on Linux. But what about the other way around? Cygwin aside, there is another way."
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by Lhyanor on Sat 30th Jun 2007 10:20 UTC
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whats wrong with wxWidgets?
doesn't this do essentially the same thing?

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RE: wxWidgets
by SamuraiCrow on Sat 30th Jun 2007 15:58 in reply to "wxWidgets"
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No. wxWidgets is a completely separate GUI toolkit that is independent of the operating system it's running on. It's great for cross-platform software but it doesn't help with software that's written for Gnome or KDE.

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