Officially speaking Java is cross platform.
That is if you have the .class files you can run them on any kind of
machine anywhere that has a java runtime engine on it.
Of course anyone who's done any java coding knows this is fiction. But
I'd be curious to get my hands on the class files and try to load them
up on a few non windows machines and see what happens.
> I like the idea of ports to other platforms - notably Linux/Unix, MacOS,
> and maybe even PalmOS (though that's a stretch). The more people PCgen
> reaches, the more its name spreads - it has the potential to become the
> ICQ of Character Generators - free, versatile, and a continually updating
> perpetual beta. The only two other D20 tools out there that come close to
> the functionality that PCgen has now are OpenRPG and the
> soon-to-be-released Basilisk engine from James Buck - and PCgen seems to
> be updating more rapidly than either of these programs. Thanks to KahnB,
> compatibility is being established with OpenRPG, and who knows, maybe
> something can be done for Basilisk as well at some point. Again, I know
> I've got high hopes, but better to shoot high and try than to not bother
> and get nowhere.
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