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Wed 7 Dec 2005, 09:32 PM
Hmm, I just found this technote that says Domino 7 is supported on Solaris 10.  And, wow, if I don't happen to have a Sun Ultra 2 with Solaris 10 sitting in a box behind me.  If I were not so darn busy tonight, I might just just get it set up and port some code.

So, does anybody have any experience with Solaris 10 to share?  Any words of wisdom before I start porting (stuff which works on AIX and Linux, so I doubt Solaris will be a really big stretch, although Daniel Nashed, god of all things Solaris, says I really should compile on Solaris 9 because the API is meant for that).

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Wed 7 Dec 2005, 02:21 PM
I was thinking about this a bit, and it makes some sense that people might want to do more than just attach local files using CoexEdit.  They might want to simply import the file.  For local images, they can already do that, but what about a local Word file or HTML file or text file.  Obviously, they can already copy and paste, and that works well in some instances, but there could easily be other cases where it would not be sufficient.  It would be fairly simple to add, since the underlying code already supports import and export.  Hey, I could probably add File Export as well.  Anybody have any thoughts on either one?

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