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Converting program for RT

17th March 2014, 04:57 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by SixSixSevenSeven

Look dude, going to put this as simply as possible.


In order to port a programming to windows RT we need the source code, not the program itself that you have uploaded, the source code the author has uploaded somewhere.

But, bigger thing. If you say it works, why do you even need it porting? Does it work on your RT device or not?

i dont have it on the surface( arriving tomorrow ) and just wanted to know. Relax a tad?
 
 
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i dont have it on the surface( arriving tomorrow ) and just wanted to know. Relax a tad?

Well, as he said, without source code it can't be recompiled for the Surface.

What he also asked is, what is the name and original name / location of this application so we can check to see if it's open or closed source?
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