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Re: Porting YTalk to Windows

Steve McIntyre <stevem@chiark.greenend.org.uk> writes:

>In article <[🔎] 009801bfa0e3$bfc8ee20$54f6fea9@s1g0c7> you write:
>>I am interested in porting YTalk to Windows. This has probably been done
>>before. Do you know where I can find information about this.
>Hi, I'm the ytalk maintainer. Unfortunately I don't know of any efforts to
>port it to windows, but I must admit that I haven't really looked. My
>first (obvious) suggestion would be to talk to the upstream maintainer,
>Roger Espel Llima <espel@llaic.u-clermont1.fr>. He's definitely

Wintalk is effectively a ytalk port for Windows.

>From http://www.thoughtcraft.com/elf/wintalk/wintalk.html

"Wintalk is an implementation of the UNIX talk protocols for Microsoft
Windows 3.1 and above, written by Glen Daniels."

It isn't DFSG free though - there is a "free beer" version and a "Pro"
version you have to pay for.


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