Discussion in 'AnyStream' started by libris, Sep 29, 2020.
Any plans for Linux version?
CLI version of the tool would be great.
The answer is yes. There are plans, yet I can't say when.
Oh boy! For real? ASAP I'm gonna buy it then! Thanks for everything
Still, I can't make any promises regarding the timeline.
+1 - Yes Linux please !
A CLI version and the ability to script download would be fantastic.
CLI is on the feature request list
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Just thought I would voice my opinion that a linux version of AnyStream would be amazing. Bought a license with the hope one day it may happen.
Although it was mentioned the feature is planned, I did not see it in the status thread, even if there is not a specific timeline.
A GUI would be nice too.
This is a me too, obviously without the #.
A Linux version would be great and Anystream built using QT rather than .NET ought to actually make it doable. Unless of course there's lot of tricky Windows stuff going on under the bonnet.
Actually, I would also be in favor of a Linux version, I have been experimenting with Linux Mint and if I could use a majority of my programs on it, I might switch over.
Yes Linux is nice. I don't have the nerves to babysit Windows all the time.
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