Just for grins
what's the difference between the 2.1 Linux and the 3.0 Windows versions?
I thought they were the same! Obviously, Windows is Windows and Linux is not, but it seems like it would be a lot easier to maintain one source for all OS's.
I'm always wondering if one works better then the other, or if I'm missing something.
I happen to prefer Linux for my hobby programming, and have compiled and installed the source on my Linux box.
There seems to be a lot of Windows, and other OS stuff in the Linux source, that just isn't used. And that's OK.
So why can't there be a lot of Linux stuff in the Windows version that isn't used.
If a new function is created or a bug is found, you only have to change/update one source tree.
I'm sure there's a good reason, I just can't think of one.