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Angry Birds - Faenza by rayboyer Angry Birds - Faenza by rayboyer
I've been enjoying this game on my Ubuntu setup for a while, but the ugly wine icon was getting on my nerves. It's not vector but it will do the job.
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Flutteri Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2012
Thanks for this!
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james1552 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2011   Photographer
Thanks so much :D

Looks great in my dock :) I was using the chrome version and created an application shortcut, so it used and ugly pixel bird by default. Now they all match :D
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Soniker Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011
So Cool!!!
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doctormo Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Interesting it plays via wine... I wonder why they've not released a native port, since it works on Android Linux.
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azhtar Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2011
Because Android runs Dalvik binaries, not Linux binaries, it's not a straight code
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doctormo Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
a) Dalvik is byte-code, not binary/machine code and b) Dalvik can run on any FreeDesktop Linux too.

Don't know about the graphics and the rest of the stack though, might need a compatibility layer.
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azhtar Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2011
Dalvik Converts the byte-code to an alternate instruction set used by the Dalvik VM, then you have the .dex file, Dalvik doesn't run the code as it is.
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doctormo Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
So, Dalvik compiles from one byte code into another byte code which is executed by the Dalvik VM... sounds like exactly what I said but with some nitpicking.

I guess it depends on what you mean by byte code, I guess I don't see much of a difference between a VM target and a runtime target.
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