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Date:      Tue, 9 Feb 2021 07:57:40 +0100
From:      Ede Wolf <listac@nebelschwaden.de>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: [maqulator] FreeBSD running macOS binaries :-)
Message-ID:  <700ebebc-9282-5241-61d0-ddd73d1124b7@nebelschwaden.de>
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Slightly off topic, but there seems to be a successor to qucs, called 
qucs-s Have not tested it yet, though, so I cannot comment on it's 
usability.

https://ra3xdh.github.io/



Am 08.02.21 um 16:29 schrieb Tomasz CEDRO:
> Hello world :-)
> 
> There is a nice QUCS [1] electronics simulation program (SPICE with GUI 
> that works out of thebox). It is based on QT4 so it was removed from 
> ports in March 2019. People use macOS binary with no problem.
> 
> The question is - if we can somehow run Linux and Linux64 binaries - why 
> don't we run macOS binaries???
> 
> These are also ELF, macOS uses lots of FreeBSD stuff, and the packages 
> are self contained with all libraries, so it should be even easier than 
> running Linux stuff (that always has some dependency issues like I am 
> experiencing right now running closed-source FPGA toolchains).
> 
> Did anyone consider running macOS programs on FreeBSD?
> 
> Do you know how good it would be to run macOS quality software on 
> FreeBSD and not really depend on Linux alternatives? :-)
> 
> Hints and comments are welcome :-)
> Tomek
> 
> [1] https://github.com/Qucs/
> 




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