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Just to confirm.
I resent my email to the address you noted in your post from 25.06.2011.
So, I hope you will receive it now 😉
that’s interesting, I never tried, but now I can reproduce the problem.
The GUI of my application contains about 2000 objects, and each of them is
The application was developed under Windows and then just copied over to linux/wine,
fire it up, and everything seems to work.
If my time permits, I will see, what I can do.
What exactly doesn’t work, and why do you think it’s not much usable?
Any windows program I tested under wine is slower than in a native Windows environment.
My suneido based application is a small ERP system containing office-group-ware, document-,
product, project-management, as well as an accounting system with double entry booking,
salary bookings and so on.
It’s really slower than on Windows, but it’s still usable.
What I have done to make suneido work under wine?
Nothing, so far 😉
It was never my intention to run suneido under wine, but after building a proper VS2005 solution,
to add/debug my extensions, surprisingly suneido worked under wine.
I assume it has something to do with some compiler switches, but I hadn’t figured out it at this time.
The suneido library I use is the one from 2007.
So, if you can tell me what’s missing, or what is not working, I can try to find a workaround
or fix for that.
Please let me know.
Dear gmauro, amckinlay
There is a working version of Suneido (C++) under Linux (Wine) as well as Mac (CrossOver).
Both, the server as well as the client portion works.
You may download it at:
http://www.datavision-gmbh.ch/downloads/Suneido_DVcore.zip (source code)
http://www.datavision-gmbh.ch/downloads/DVcore_Empty.zip (precompiled binary)
Because I don’t want to manage my own source tree for Suneido, I sent an Email to firstname.lastname@example.org,
about two months ago, but never got an answer 🙁
So, if you are still interested, feel free to download …