On 24/01/2010, Jack Armstrong <jackcarmstrong@...155...> wrote:
Inkscape is implemented on a very wide collection of platforms -- as it is open source, anyone can download the source and compile it for their own system. A number of people with the skills to do this have prepared compiled versions and made them available. Occasionally, there are some features and/or plugins that require libraries that are not available on all platforms, but the Inkscape open source community almost always moves in to provide substitute code to make them work.
Like Linux, Inkscape has a large community of highly technical users - the good news is they volunteer thousands of hours to improve the program - the bad news is they don't always play well with others who lack their technical backgrounds and skills.
Do you have any actual examples of this that as I think we do pretty well at not being 2 camps that dont communicate. The dont play well bit may be true for a lot of linux projects, but we make quite a concerted effort to make it not true for inkscape.
In both camps, that situation is improving as volunteers provide more and better documentation and forums like this one become more active.
On Sun, Jan 24, 2010 at 4:40 AM, Tobias Schulz <PropperDX@...961...> wrote:
i am running inkscape on windows 7 64bit. no problems.... but iam not sure if its *officially* supported.
Am 24.01.2010 08:42, schrieb Jerome Gunderson:
Does Inkscape support Windows 7 ?