Terriff wrote:If the code were ported to the .NET framework, this would not be the case.
GoatyGoat wrote:Yes, the programmers would be really happy to rewrite about 60%+ of the program that still needs some improvements in the windows versions just to support an os that's being used only by a very very small percent of people. Get real or, as a microsoft programmer would say, "GET THE FACTS", unless somebody very interested to have a macos version of the program will help the developers out I don't really think that you'll ever see a uvnc version for that os: it requires a very large rewrite of the program sources.
Sincerely, the might goat
I would almost agree with you.. however.. I see one small issue with your argument. Although osx users are a small percentage of computer users in general, increasingly osx users are a larger and larger percentage of avid computer users (read as "geeks") because of the bsd roots of osx.
Given this, and my belief that the majority of the users of a product such as ultravnc are the more technically savvy computer users (again, read as "geeks"), I would say that osx users are a much more prominent percentage of the target audience of the product in question.
Having said that.. it's an OSS world.. put up or shut up, so I'll shut up since I don't have time to contribute right now.
Just wanted to make a point not to shut out the osx users because of small thinking on your part. It's all about perspective and target audience.
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