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When creating an application for a new platform do you

Survey period: 11 Feb 2013 to 18 Feb 2013

OptionVotes% 
Design and write the application from scratch, tailoring it to the specific capabilities of the patform34034.76340 votes, 34.76%
Port an existing application as much as possible, ensuring it works well on the framework27127.71271 votes, 27.71%
Port an existing application as-is, keeping as much as possible the same across different platforms14614.93146 votes, 14.93%
Use application hosting environments or automated porting tools in the hope of not doing any coding at all222.2522 votes, 2.25%
Not even bother. I don't port.16016.36160 votes, 16.36%
Other262.6626 votes, 2.66%

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GeneralCListCtrl PinmemberNemanja Trifunovic12-Feb-13 1:37 
I'm afraid CListCtrl is the only meaningful answer in my case. No apps - no porting. I write highly portable server side code these days.

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