Originally Posted by teh603
A lot of programmers flat refuse to write platform-agnostic code. That's why WotC wrote its DDi tools in .net instead of Java or Python.
And Hachette, Penguin and S&S are welcome to decide, "the programmers we hired don't want to deal with code that works on Apple machines," and skip those potential customers. But unlike WotC, Bookish is not at the top of its industry, and doesn't have a huge collection of fans who will jump through hoops to do business with them.