New to this forum so happy to be a part of the crossover community. Originally using wine but now that I am using my base system for commercial purposes, I have a real need for some built-in redundancy which (amongst other things) meant switching to a paid compatability service.
Anyway on with my question; Does anyone here have some experience running Netlinx Studio, TP visual (or any other development tool used for programming AMX hardware) on top of Crossover with Arch Linux?
I have noted that it is marked as untested in the what runs list, nonetheless however it IS listed. So for now I will assume some level of acknowledgement for AMX (however small) on part of the crossover team. I will of course redirect my question to the crossover technical team, should this thread run against the rules intended for this forum (I.e discuissional. not technical). Please don't hesitate to advise if this is so.
I have also considered this question may be more appropriate for the Arch Linux forums. I will await response before duplicating this thread.
For the most part, the application database is community contributed. Merely listing an application does not mean much unless it has been at least tested by someone using CrossOver. The folks at Codweavers assume responsibility for officially supported applications. This being said, if you managed to get work done with Wine, you should be able to do the same thing with CrossOver while having a nice GUI.
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