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platfrom-independent development

Hi and, first of all, thx for this great app!
I'ld lik to see a platform-independent desktop application.
Of course it would even be nicer if this would be OpenSource ;-).

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    LeonardK shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
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      • AdminOmar Bizreh (Admin, Droid Sync Manager) commented  · 

        Hi,
        My only concern about putting open source is there is a pro version of my android app. I think people might refuse to help since I am gaining profit from the Android app.
        Any how I'll put it open source so that if someone wants to improve it or include it in their app.
        Thanks for the suggestion Leonard.

      • LeonardK commented  · 

        Hi,
        than I'm really glad :P.
        You might even try it to put it up in the AUR (ArchUserRepositoy) -but for that the sources need to be available e.g. in Git.
        The only thing you do is write PKGBUILD with description how to buil the package. You might reach even more people with that.
        C++ is cool -but only if you have knowledge, of course.
        Thanks for the reply.

      • AdminOmar Bizreh (Admin, Droid Sync Manager) commented  · 

        Hi, no problem my friend.
        I have found a tutorial for making a daemon in Java and run on startup and in background, I'm gonna work on it during next week and test it on Ubuntu.
        I prefer Java since I have basic basic basic knowledge in C++.

      • LeonardK commented  · 

        Hi,
        It hasn't to be java, couldn't it be C++ with Qt, too? I don't have any experience with startup services either :/.
        But thx for answering this fast. Keep it up.

      • AdminOmar Bizreh (Admin, Droid Sync Manager) commented  · 

        Hi Leonard, thank you for your suggestion.
        Unfortunately I am no expert in Java and my main and only problem is making a background service that will act like Windows Services where it runs on system start-up and is background . Although I'm still exploring my chances and doing my research to make one.
        I just don't have a clear timeline for it.

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