> Steven reported:
>> I'm quite sure it should do that :-) if not please file a bug report
>> through the sourceforge page, i'm confident there are still quite a
>> few bugs in there. (Like an echo in Worf's voice)
> I didn't manage to test this myself. But I got two mac users on an irc
> channel I frequent to try it on both a macbook pro and a powerbook.
> Both reported that it crashed with an error logged to the console log.

I pondered on that most of the night :-( then i realized that the  
frameworks were not recompiled as universial binairy then when  
looking a bit futher, i am not sure it the Qt and Quartz frameworks  
are present on a target system if the Developer tools are not installed.

I'll try to clear it up asap and buy another harddisk so i can create  
a clean install of tiger and test on that machine without the  
conamination of my current setup.

> I'll provide you with a better bug report sometime this weekend (it's
> friday day for me now, and I won't be available to do this until
> saturday afternoon sometime).

That would be great.

> Is the source available? I'd feel more comfortable if I could make a
> debug build I can step through. Did you use Xcode? autofu? I found
> autofu so painful on OSX that I gave up porting COW to OSX.

I've sent you the source but for some reason it bounced. It's Xcode,  
and not a port of COW but of JTrek (well that was based on COW too)  
it's re-written in Objective-C and beyond the handling of the  
communication i doubt if you recognize anything from COW :-) any help  
is grreatly appreciated.