[OpenIndiana-discuss] Bordeaux running on OpenIndiana
Richard L. Hamilton
rlhamil at smart.net
Wed Nov 3 10:12:02 UTC 2010
Both are commercial products that add to wine and provide support for it.
(There's at least one other such, too)
You pay for that, it's not free, like basic wine is, but you may get
some more functionality for it too.
There are comparisons out there, more or less.
Try googling for something like
crossover vs bordeaux
First link I got was
As to why they're not together, presumably because they're _commercial_
support and enhancements to wine, and they are of course therefore
_intentionally_ competing for the $$. As long as they're not violating
licenses with their extensions (I haven't investigated), I'm perfectly
fine with them making a buck and even competing. The universe doesn't
exist to make life better for us...perhaps vice versa (voluntarily),
On Nov 3, 2010, at 3:33 AM, Daniel Bossert wrote:
> Hello all
> Somewhen I asked the difference between CrossOver and Bordeaux but got no
> Could someone write about that?
> Why are there two projects which does the same? Why don't they sit
> together and do only one project?
> Kind regards
> On Wed, 3 Nov 2010 12:53:24 +0800, Tom Wickline <twickline at gmail.com>
>> Ive not tried CrossOver on OpenIndiana yet, but if your interested in
>> CrossOver you can read this
>> post on wine-reviews.net
>> Also if you enter "ComeToTheLight" as your dealcode you will save 25%
>> the normal price of CrossOver.
>> See :
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