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From Rafael Santos <rsan...@spectacompany.com.br>
Subject Re: Flex -> HTML, Linux and time to say goodbye?
Date Tue, 28 Feb 2012 13:39:27 GMT
On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 12:26, Left Right <olegsivokon@gmail.com> wrote:

> Andrei, and that's why I'm developing on Linux for Windows users happily,
> for many years? :P Why do I need to care what users choose to be their
> platform - if they want to run their lovely apps on a toaster - that's
> fine, as long as they are happy, I'll be still using Linux and writing for
> Toaster OS MegaPlus. I will not be happy to work on a toaster instead of a
> PC though. I prefer to test against WinAPI emulation from Linux, then to
> run actual Windows because of other benefits of Linux. Eventually, I'll
> test on Windows just the same. But this scheme allows me to cut costs on
> proprietary OS'es (I don't need to buy them - more importantly, I don't
> need to buy all sorts of networking solutions from MS, their version
> control systems and so on - because I just happen to have a better
> alternative). I would only buy several examples of Windows Home edition to
> test on that - a whole lot cheaper!
>
> Best.
>
> wvxvw
>
> Sorry, I must stop this, because we are already so far from the topic...
>


We also develop on Linux, deploy on Linux, but test mainly on Windows and
MacOS. Our development environment runs far better on Linux than anyother
OS. But this is also the way we chose to work so every company and
developer have the right to choose its own. If we stick to Linux we will
have to live with Chrome without a debugger version of the runtime as well
(which would be very hard).


Rafael Santos
Specta

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