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Porting vb6 app to Mac OS

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I have a program running successfully on windows with vb6 as front end and sql 2000 as back end. My client requires the same to run on an MAC OS. What best can be done to acheive this? How fast can it be done?
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in vb it is impossible

however take a look at this alternative:

http://www.realsoftware.com/

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recommendation:

split between me (300 pts)
and justchat_1 (200 pts)
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400/100 split is fine with me I was just expanding on your suggestion
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