> Anyway, I think there will be a big market for application on Linux
> when it gets more market share, on desktop and servers. Having ICS and
> Pascal available to us would make it a lot easier to code on that
> platform since we are used to Delphi.

Surely. But who do you think has to pay the bill ? Not me for sure. I'll be
happy to work on the project, but not give my work away for free.

> I still think that Borland should reconsider their Kylix port, as I
> would be one of the first willing to pay for it.

One is not enough to make CodeGear cover the development costs.
btw: I don't think the product is abandonned. It is just put aside for some
btw2: This mailing list is not the place to discuss this topic.

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