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From "Tom van Dijck" <...@mudge.nl>
Subject Re: mudGE VM (was RE: Developing Harmony)
Date Sun, 22 May 2005 06:21:19 GMT
It does not....
however, since it is about 100 times less work to maintain vcproj and sln
files opposed to makefiles (at least in my oppinion) it just comes with
build files for the commercially most used compiler in the world.
Anyway, anyone with knowledge about ant or makefiles could get the thing
compiling using gcc, or any other compiler.
Next to that... the mudCore library is some sort of a hardware abstraction
layer for the rest of the engine, if you make a linux version of that, like
I did for PS2, Xbox and MAC, then compiling the rest of the modules for any
other platform would not be a problem at all...


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Steven Gong" <steven.gong@gmail.com>
To: <harmony-dev@incubator.apache.org>
Sent: Saturday, May 21, 2005 11:56 AM
Subject: Re: mudGE VM (was RE: Developing Harmony)

On 5/20/05, Nick Lothian <nlothian@educationau.edu.au> wrote:
> Try "mudGE VM".
> The link is www.mudge.nl/java/ <http://www.mudge.nl/java/>
Oh, it needs m$ vs.net <http://vs.net> :(
Best Regards
Steven Gong

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