In article <4eprqm$kes at mserv1.dl.ac.uk>, Ivo Wiesner <nfix at jcu.cz> wrote:
>>Hello Netters out there!
>>Could anybody inform me:
>>1. if there is any emulator for PC (Windows) platform
>which enables running MAC software?
Yes, there is. It's called executor, and you can get a time-limited
demo on the net. See the newsgroup comp.emulators.mac.executor.
The program is available in 3 versions; for DOS, Linux and NeXTSTEP.
The DOS version will run under all of DOS, Windows 95 and OS/2, but it
will not run under Windows NT. It provides reasonably complete System
6 emulation, and some spoofing to allow *some* system 7 programs to
work. It does not yet support INITs or many desk accessories.
However, I have happily run Word 5.1 on it, and also FoxBASE. It
supports accessing Macintosh formatted hard disks, floppies and
It is reasonably quick; my 486-DX33 emulates a Macintosh considerably
faster than a Mac Classic (which is all I could compare it to),
>2.how difficult work represents to rewrite Mac software for Windows PC?
I don't know. Probably very hard.
PS... I have no connection with ARDI, the manufacturers of Executor.
I am just a happy registered user.