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WAPE - OS/2 port of WINE

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"Text: New Slovakian web about WAPE project. WAPE is OS/2 port of WINE.

Url: http://www.tursoft.sk/index.php?a=cat.116

From: Andrej Gavac (andy @ jabber . cz)
Could this be useful to OSFree?


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More ODIN than SDD

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At the OS/2 World forum, they said it was more ODIN than SDD (as in which
it was more related to). The files are not available (yet). It is not open source
but they did not indicate how much it would cost. There was a reference to
costing about the same as a game.

http://www.os2world.com
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I can only partially read Slovak with my knowlege of Polish, and from
what I get from it I don't really think it will be useful since it is an OS/2
clone project. It'd probably nice to include on the CD, though.

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Translations at the OS/2 World forum

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Posted: Mon Mar 26, 2007 6:54 pm

Fortunately some one did some translating and posted it at
the forum at http://www.os2world.com .

I misunderstood what WAPE was but now I know it is a way to
use Win programs with OS/2-eCS and possibly OSFree.

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Re: Translations at the OS/2 World forum

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Posted: Tue Mar 27, 2007 3:53 am
BigWarpGuy wrote: Fortunately some one did some translating and posted it at the
forum at http://www.os2world.com .

I misunderstood what WAPE was but now I know it is a way to use
Win programs with OS/2-eCS and possibly OSFree.
Maybe it might be good to start making a proposed package list with
suggestions of what apps to include with osFree's ISO and in FTP mirrors
in some sort of forum sticky, like WAPE...

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Re: Translations at the OS/2 World forum

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Posted: Tue Mar 27, 2007 6:46 pm
Jay wrote:
BigWarpGuy wrote: Fortunately some one did some translating and posted it at the forum
at http://www.os2world.com .

I misunderstood what WAPE was but now I know it is a way to use Win
programs with OS/2-eCS and possibly OSFree.
Maybe it might be good to start making a proposed package list with
suggestions of what apps to include with osFree's ISO and in FTP mirrors
in some sort of forum sticky, like WAPE...
That is a good idea.
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Re: Translations at the OS/2 World forum

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Posted: Thu Mar 29, 2007 1:14 pm
BigWarpGuy wrote:
Jay wrote:
BigWarpGuy wrote: Fortunately some one did some translsaing and posted it at the forum
at http://www.os2world.com .

I misunderstood what WAPE was but now I know it is a way to use Win
programs with OS/2-eCS and possibly OSFree.
Maybe it might be good to start making a proposed package list with suggestions of what apps to include with osFree's ISO and in FTP mirrors in some sort of forum sticky, like WAPE...
That is a good idea.
But don't forget osFree will consist at least 3 subsystems (personalities). It is:
  1. Neutral personality. Native L4 executibles.
  2. OS/2 personality
  3. Linux personality (L4Linux)

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One Appealling to Three?

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Posted: Mon Apr 02, 2007 6:48 pm

OSFree appealing to three?; OS/2 users, Linux users and L4 users.
It would gain more than just OS/2 users which means a broader
user base.

Thank you for the explanation.
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Personality for Win?

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Posted: Mon Apr 02, 2007 6:50 pm

Is there a personality for Win programs? It would broaden
the appeal even more.

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Re: Personality for Win?

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Posted: Mon Apr 02, 2007 7:48 pm
BigWarpGuy wrote: Is there a personality for Win programs? It would broaden the
appeal even more.
Considering we would have L4 Linux in it, we can run Wine on osFree,
which is probably the most active project for allowing the running Windows
applications on another operating system. If L4 is up to date enough, WAPE
would not be needid.

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