[Libreoffice] Supported arches

Francois Tigeot ftigeot at wolfpond.org
Wed Feb 16 02:45:37 PST 2011

On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 11:34:28AM +0100, Thomas Arnhold wrote:
> > 
> > I suppose we'll have to make such a list. All the Linux ports should
> > remain, as should the BSDbased ones, MacOSX, Windows, Solaris and AIX as
> > they work and are complete. The reality of what has a chance of working
> > is the contents of bridges/source/cpp_uno (where the bsd's now share the
> > "linux" bridges). OS/2 (eComStation) is the borderline one there, there
> > was some fairly recent activity in it, and a bridge exists so it might
> > be working, but its vcl dir is likely quickly falling behind.
> > 
> > HP-UX wouldn't work, neither would SINIX, nor the HP9000 and RM400 foo.
> Removed SINIX and HP9000 (except for bootstrap). So HP-UX could be
> removed as well?

It still runs on Itanium hardware, but these days there are no more HP/UX
workstations and I've not seen much HPUX defines in the .mk files.

I don't think LibreOffice has ever run on HP/UX.

What about SCO ?

Maybe we should put an announcement on the web site or something. It would
be a shame to remove support for a platform still in use by someone.

Francois Tigeot

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