Le 29/05/2010 01:53, AndrewZ a écrit :
> Hi Folks,
> I would like to formally request a version of POV-Ray for the Haiku operating
> system. Haiku is the open source version of BeOS:
> There was a version 3.5 of POV-Ray for BeOS but it is old and doesn't provide
> real time viewing. It will likely not require much port to POV to Haiku as Haiku
> is very BeOS compatible. Haiku is now stable and has a pretty decent development
> environment: http://www.osnews.com/story/22903/Writing_Applications_for_Haiku
> We would love to rejoin the POV-Ray community if someone would like to lend a
> hand and assist with a port.
> Many thanks,
You have the system, so why not give povray3.7beta source for unix a try
about any compilation issue ?
As far as I known, you will need the boost-libraries (in dev format),
and probably some other common libraries (jpeg/png/pthread... supports),
and a gnu-compatible compiling line (make, c++,...)
From your page, it seems haiku claim posix compliance, so it should look
just like another unix/linux for povray.
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