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OpenBeOS Gets Binary-Compatible Network Stack 12

Posted by timothy
from the beingness-not-nothing dept.
eexlebots writes: "While there is much yet to be done, the OpenBeOS team (whose goal is to rebuild the BeOS part by part, server by server, with source AND binary compatibility) have been testing an early build of a binary-compatible replacement for the much-maligned net_server. Netpositive (the default BeOS browser) can now fetch web pages from a local server using the new stack. While the new stack is still dangerously buggy, it's a huge step forward for the OpenBeOS team. For the official scoop, check out the OpenBeOS website, as well as this screenshot."
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