* erik.vh [2012-09-03 16:52 +0200]:
>> test and work in unix SO.
>Setting up a linux VM for testing. OK; let's see. I might consider
>But at the end, this software would need to run in existing
>environments, which are Windows based. Sorry, it's not up to me to
>decide or change that.
Some existing environments are windows based indeed.
>So this is a fundamental question for me. The Tryton client is
>available on Windows: good. Running a PostgreSQL database server on
>Windows is possible: good.
>Is a migration of the Tryton server to Windows in the pipeline? If
>yes, setting up a temporary test environment with a Virtual Linux
>might be worth the effort.
I don't think there is a lot of work to do in order to make trytond
work quite well under windows. Trytond is written exclusively in
python and thus is portable probably quite easily on windows.
But I am afraid not a lot of people (if any) here are doing any effort
to actually port trytond. Nevertheless, you can always ask for some
advices if people have any ideas about your question you will receive
>If not, I might be willing to help to get this done if there is any
If the patches are well done, I don't see why they should not be
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