On Fri, 24 Aug 2001, Phil Gregory wrote:

> Freshmeat II has a vide variety of categories in which software can be
> placed.  I think I've set reasonable ones for most areas, but I'm not
> certain about OSes.  I know tn5250 will work on Linux and FreeBSD, but
> the sourceforge entry lists POSIX.  Will tn5250 compile and run on
> other POSIX-compliant operating systems?  (Has anyone tried?)

I've only tried TN5250 on RedHat and on FreeBSD, personally, so I'm not
much help there...

>
> Also, the win32 version is still back at version 0.13, correct?  Is it
> useable enough that it should be listed on freshmeat?
>

I wouldn't list the Win32 client at this time.   We broke Win32
compatability quite a while back (thats why there hasn't been a newer
Win32 version)

With some minor changes, it does compile under Cygwin, though... that's
the only way I've tried it in Windows...





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