Thanks for the link Chris!
I was looking at the number of downloads that Wine receives each release at sourceforge and it's kinda grim... Just over a thousand, here is the link btw:
Even if everyone who downloaded Wine would buy a copy of CX for FreeBSD it would only come to around $60,000 and we all know everyone wouldn't even tho CX is a excellent product.
Me myself I believe the only way it will be feasible for CW to do a BSD port is to start off with limited app support and maybe even not do a port of there UI at first, have everything install and run from a terminal...
What do the lurkers here think of Office 97 through 2003 being supported via a terminal install/ execution?
It would save allot of time and money not having to port the UI over to BSD, and if there is adequate interest in a BSD support they could do the UI in a future release.....
I'm just trying to figure out how it could be plausible for CW to do a BSD port and not loose money...
Anyone care to share there Idea's ?