ReactOS in this case would replace Windows.
Dean Beedell

Hi Dean,

You’re right, Win3mu should run on top of ReactOS just like any other Windows program (although I’ve not tested it). As for using it as a basis for React’s VDM I really don’t think it’s that useful. Win3mu isn’t a VDM, it’s just a emulator and a thin layer between the emulated program and the Windows API. A VDM is a much more complex, kernel level project than this.

Also, Win3mu leverages a lot of C# functionality (reflection, lamda functions etc…) and if I had to write this again in C/C++ I wouldn’t port it — I’d start again and perhaps just use it for reference.

So perhaps it might be useful to React for reference purposes but in that case Wine would probably be a better reference.


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