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iWeb in PC (XP) ?


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I was wondering if we could convert iWeb to work on a PC?

I was thinking we could use all the code premade for us by apple and just... convert - it (it is a universal app right?)

so yea,
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no way.

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Hehe, not a chance :2cents:

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No wai man. Just because it works on x86 doesn't mean that it's gonna run in other environments. Unless you plan on making Cocoa and etc working on Windows, then you're outta luck. One more thing, we don't have access to the source code.

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SoftPear <-- the concept

It would take a long time for it to run OSX applications like iWeb on top of Linux or Windows

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If you can get the uncompiled full source code and then with a some tweaking I'm sure you could get it to atleast "run" on Windows XP, but the source isn't available.

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SoftPear <-- the concept

It would take a long time for it to run OSX applications like iWeb on top of Linux or Windows


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