Khisanth wrote:http://xchataqua.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/xchataqua/ last change was 2 weeks ago so it's not entirely dead
Steve Green (lagnat) - 2008-08-03 13:55 wrote:The current status is that we have one developer doing minor changes but nobody managing the project. I am currently looking for someone to take over.
LifeIsPain wrote:The problem is that the purpose of X-Chat Aqua was to provide a front end to XChat using the Cocoa API, where as XChat uses GTK (or variations). This would mean maintaining two completely separate interfaces.
Now there is the ability to use GTK without X11, using the newish project Gtk+ Mac OS X, but as I am only an occasional OS X user (so far from even a developer), I don't know how well this works.
Regardless, XChat is primarily developed by one person, so it is a bit much to ask that a build for OS X be maintained, regardless of if Zed has a Mac or not.
DasFox wrote:Old post but let's bump it up...
Why doesn't the Xchat developer make a OSX binary?
We have Windows and Linux already, why not a binary for OSX?
P.S. I know about fink, macports and homebrew and could careless to go down that road, I just want to download a binary, dump it into the Applications and be on my merry way...
Maybe if you donate me a Mac Book Pro
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