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A quick question for all...

Mikael Aronsson's picture
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Hi !

I would be fun to find out the most common OS for OpenCASCADE users, are you using UNIX, Windows or something else ?

Mikael

walter steffe's picture

Suse Linux

Apparao Kattoju's picture

Hi Walter,

May I know which version of Suse Linux, OpenCascade you are using?

Thanks
kattoju

Stephane Routelous's picture

developping on Windows, and porting to Linux.

Francois Lauzon's picture

NT and Linux

Michael Gandyra's picture

Only NT !

Dr.-Ing. Michael Gandyra
Software-Development/Digitizing
Steinbichler Optotechnik GmbH
Germany

Thomas Haller's picture

Windows 2000, NT, XP

Dr.-Ing. Thomas Haller
Software development
Carl Zeiss 3D Metrology Services GmbH
Heinrich-Rieger-Strasse 1
73430 Aalen
Germany

Patrik Müller's picture

Windows 2000, NT, XP

Patrik

Feyel's picture

Linux

saleem's picture

Windows 2000

jerome's picture

Win NT 4 and Win 2000

CTavernier's picture

2000, XP & Solaris

Christian

Serge's picture

NT, Solaris, Linux

Shangjian DU's picture

Windows 2000

M.Sc. Shangjian Du
Department of Machining Technology
University of Dortmund
Baroper Str. 301
D-44227 Dortmund, Germany

xavier lhomme's picture

I use Solaris 2.6/2.8 with Sun Workshop CC4.2
I try Solaris 2.8 with Forte 6.2

xavier lhomme
Thales Communication France

Erki Kiroglu's picture

Windows 2000

Erki Kiroglu
Delta Marine Co.
Istanbul
Turkey

Denis Teissandier's picture

Solaris 2.7 with CC4.2
Linux Mandrake 8.1 with santdard gcc of th distribution

marcel janer's picture

Windows XP, and Windows 2000.
mainly windows XP.

Marcel janer
TDS developer

Christopher Todesco's picture

Our software is cross platform (in-house graphic/widget library), and runs on the following:

Windows 2k, 9x, XP (AFAIK)
Linux (x86 Redhat 7.2 kernel 2.4.9-34smp)
SunOS (5.6)
IRIX (6.5, and IRIX64 6.5)
AIX (4.3)
HP-UX (10 or 11)
OSF1 (DEC v4.0)

Jean-Christophe FRISCH's picture

Is there any problem to port OpenCASCADE on PPC CPUs, regarding the little/big endian issue ?

Also, what would be the process regarding the port of OpenCASCADE on another platform ? i.e. is this something that everybody can try, and then submit the result to the OC team to include on the main site ?

Do you think that a port on a foreign platform (CPU & OS) would be very difficult ???

Tomas Nejezchleba's picture

Christopher, I've seen that you use OpenCASCADE on HP. I was not able to get the package for HP. Could you help me. Thanks.

Tomas Nejezchleba

Dean's picture

Windwos 2000, and maybe suse Linux soon

varcol's picture

Suse Linux 8.2, Red Hat 9.0 and Windows 2000

jeanmib's picture

Only Windows XP,2000 and NT4

wortmann's picture

Slackware Linux and FreeBSD

Mark's picture

Windows 2000(SP5), XP

Prasad's picture

RedHat and Mandrake Linux/Porting on Windows 2000

jerome Monaco's picture

Windows
2000 / XP

JF's picture

Xindows XP and Debian GNU/Linux