Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 4th Mar 2010 13:12 UTC, submitted by Infamy
BeOS & Derivatives BeOS came with a relatively straightforward browser called NetPositive, or Net+ in shorthand. Especially by today's standards, it can hardly do anything more complicated than rendering basic HTML, so it isn't of much use. Luckily, Haiku has a successor now, born out of the HaikuLauncher conceptbrowser we talked about earlier: WebPositive.
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Love the attention Haiku is getting...
by Tuishimi on Thu 4th Mar 2010 20:49 UTC
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...and I am hoping that at least 1 out of 10 people commenting on form or functionality of the apps that have been presented here or on the Haiku site will actually get down and dirty and write something for Haiku.

Heck, when it goes Beta I think I will be writing little apps here and there, utilities and such, that people might find useful.

I would love to get something like TortoiseSVN on Haiku, and with the flexible file system, I think that should be quite possible. Oh the fun we might have! ;)

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bryanv Member since:

Just use the command line?

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Tuishimi Member since:

You missed the point. The point was that it is easy and fun to develop utilities on BeOS/Haiku, especially with its heavily attribute-flxible-database-like file system.

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