It's heavily reliant on Java, some Apache code, etc... Honestly, I would
think that it could be ported rather easily over to IBM i, but I could be
wrong.

You could ask Stephan Wissel about future platform plans. He details some
of the work they did on VoP here:
https://wissel.net/blog/d6plinks/SHWL-AH22CV

Chris


On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 2:43 PM, <gregg.eldred@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Rob:

Frankly, I do not believe that it will ever be available on anything other
than Windows and Linux. I could be wrong, however I've never seen nor heard
anything out of IBM that would make me think that they will offer it on
other platforms than Windows and Linux.

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