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jsangiorgi
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Tux Gutair Portable

http://www.tuxguitar.com.ar/

Can anybody make this portable?

alsdo in the future for requesting apps, can torrents be used as a link?

Tim Clark
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Please do not use torrents

Please do not use torrents as links at this site:
1. Many people don't know what the BitTorrent protocol is / don't know how to use it.
2. Many torrents often die quickly due to lack of seeders if they are not popular.
3. Torrents have a higher chance of including viruses then regular hosted downloads due to the way the community works.
4. It requires an extra client or at least a few extra steps to download the file.

but again, Welcome to PortableApps.com Wink

Mod Tim

[To others: This ends the bittorrent discussion for this Topic, further comments should address his app request, thank you ]

Things have got to get better, they can't get worse, or can they?

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It is definitely a good

It is definitely a good candidate. Licensed under the LGPL, perfect! Whoever makes this portable would most likely need to work off either one of these builds as they do not require Java being installed:

Windows-x86 Excelsior JET Native Release
This is a native package compiled with Excelsior JET. It doesn't need a Java Runtime installed on your system.

Windows-x86 GCJ Native Release
This is a native package compiled with GNU/GCJ. It doesn't need a Java Runtime installed on your system. This package doesn't include some plugins.

The latter being the most suitable for a PortableApps version being built with GNU/GCJ. See if you can persuade someone to do it and read up on making apps portable and we would be glad to help you develop it if you feel up to the task.

Patrick Patience
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Nice

The last time I looked at this was probably like a year ago, but I wasn't aware there was other builds available.

steve_gutry
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The version that I use

The version that I use portably is "Windows-x86 GCJ Native Release
This is a native package compiled with GNU/GCJ. It doesn't need a Java Runtime installed on your system. This package doesn't include some plugins."

jsangiorgi
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What is all this jargon

You guys use all these words like GNU and stuff, where can you leanrn all these prgramming things? Or just things in general

daBomb69
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GNU -

GNU - http://www.gnu.org/licenses/licenses.html (It's software licenses.) This is important because we only do open source stuff.

As for the programing languages, try Google.

Use the search box! Please!

TheOneMrO
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Just read up everything you

Just read up everything you can find. Wikipedia is a good place to start as well.

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