Seri Al-Najjar Seri_Al-Najjar at
Wed Dec 20 06:59:42 PST 2000

	I should have phrased it better, rather than cross platform support in terms 
of KDE/Gnome on Solaris, HP-UX etc etc, I meant I suppose 'common object 
definitions' wherby an application written for GNOME can still utilise 
clipboard/drag and drop/OLE functions from within KDE and vice versa.


On Wednesday 20 December 2000  1:35 pm, you wrote:
> : On Wed, 20 Dec 2000 13:08:36 +0000, Seri Al-Najjar wrote:
> :
> >Both teams are working on cross platform support,
> Without ever having run KDE on another platform, it seems as if at least
> KDE runs on a variety of processors and OSes. No idea about Gnome, but
> theoretically, if written well, cross-platform shouldn't be an issue
> there, too.
> >As Richard has already said, it's down to personal preference, but also,
> >there's no reason why you can't run both...
> Well, running both is cumbersome: You'll get lost in X session :->
> I have come to prefer - for a variety of reasons - to simply have an X
> Windows server (Reflection X) run on Windows 2000 and display all my Linux
> (development) software through that.
> So much for freedom of choice (I'd pick KDE 2.x as the next best solution
> - perhaps when the dedicated Linux gateway/router is in place)...

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