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#Actualbrx

Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:50 PM

Windows: Patching can become problematic (when using static linkage) if you switch to a newer VS version and run an incremental update.

Linux: Patching can become problematic (when using static linkage) if you switch to a newer gcc version and run an incremental update.

I'm starting to have the feeling that the last posts are just due to some "M$ is teh evil" (sorry, English isn't my first language) troll and we should leave it at that. So, to the OP, don't worry about those entries, it's all good!


Besides: Our company (not me!) says: We support Linux! This is about the same as for a mobile app developer to say "we support android" Too many different vendors... if nothing changes there will never be a (binary distributed) program that runs on all Linux distributions. But, I can assure you, our program runs on all PCs that run Windows 2000 (yes, really) or later.

#5brx

Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:41 PM

Windows: Patching can become problematic (when using static linkage) if you switch to a newer VS version and run an incremental update.

Linux: Patching can become problematic (when using static linkage) if you switch to a newer gcc version and run an incremental update.

I'm starting to have the feeling that the last posts are just due to some "M$ is teh evil" (sorry, English isn't my first language) troll and we should leave it at that. So, to the OP, don't worry about those entries, it's all good!


Besides: Our company (not me!) says: We support Linux! This is about the same as for a mobile app developer to say "we support android" Too many different vendors... if nothing changes there will never be a (binary distributed) program that runs on all Linux distributions. But, I can assure you, our programs runs on all PCs that run Windows 2000 (yes, really) or later.

#4brx

Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:40 PM

Windows: Patching can become problematic (when using staic linkage) if you switch to a newer VS version and run an incremental update.

Linux: Patching can become problematic (when using staic linkage) if you switch to a newer gcc version and run an incremental update.

I'm starting to have the feeling that the last posts are just due to some "M$ is teh evil" (sorry, English isn't my first language) troll and we should leave it at that. So, to the OP, don't worry about those entries, it's all good!


Besides: Our company (not me!) says: We support Linux! This is about the same as for a mobile app developer to say "we support android" Too many different vendors... if nothing changes there will never be a (binary distributed) program that runs on all Linux distributions. But, I can assure you, our programs runs on all PCs that run Windows 2000 (yes, really) or later.

#3brx

Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:40 PM

Windows: Patching can become problematic (when using staic linkage) if you switch to a newer VS version and run an incremental update.

Linux: Patching can become problematic (when using staic linkage) if you switch to a newer gcc version and run an incremental update.

I'm starting to have the feeling that the last posts are just due to some "M$ is teh evil" (sorry, English isn't my first language) troll and we should leave it at that. So, to the OP, don't worry about those entries, it's all good!


Besides: Our company (not me!) says: We support Linux! This is about the same as for a mobile app developer to say "we support android" Too many different vendors... if nothing changes there will never be a (binary distributed) program that runs on all Linux distributions. But, I can assure you, our programs runs on all PCs that run Windows 2000 (yes, really) or later.

#2brx

Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:35 PM

Patching can become problematic (when using staic linkage) if you switch to a newer VS version and run an incremental update.

Patching can become problematic (when using staic linkage) if you switch to a newer gcc version and run an incremental update.

I'm starting to have the feeling that the last posts are just due to some "M$ is teh evil" (sorry, English isn't my first language) troll and we should leave it at that. So, to the OP, don't worry about those entries, it's all good!

#1brx

Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:34 PM

Patching can become problematic if you switch to a newer VS version and run an incremental update.

 

Patching can become problematic if you switch to a newer gcc version.

 

I'm starting to have the feeling that the last posts are just due to some "M$ is teh evil" (sorry, English isn't my first language) troll and we should leave it at that. So, to the OP, don't worry about those entries, it's all good!


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