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SwiftKit is only for Microsoft Windows and Apples OS X, why?

SwiftKit is coded in the Microsoft language of Visual Basic 6 and Apple's Objective-C. Because of that, it can only run on Windows or OS X. Unless we change coding languages, there won't be a native version for Linux, sadly. 

If you are interested in trying to run SwiftKit using Wine, read this guide.

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Patrick Sebastian posted...

With Mono, you can now compile VB.net in linux, and there's always Gambas too, which is a language very much like vb6. I'd say that the lack of support for a programming language is no excuse. That's my two cents, anyway. Either way, I still love swiftkit!

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