Re: Multi-platform software development
- Portable C++ GUI toolkits
* wxWindows (wxwindows.org)
* QT (trolltech.com)
* wxPython (wxpython.org)
* Tk (python.org, activestate.com)
* jython (Python implemented in Java with access to all of Java classes)
* Tcl/Tk (scriptics.com?)
* JDK (java.sun.com)
I hope this helps
--- email@example.com wrote:
> Hello, debian users.
> I have a question not so specific to debian, but I'm sure you can help me.
> I'm in the need of developing a multi-platform system.
> Can anyone give me a hint of which tool's (libraries) to use? I'd like to
> develop applications for linux(es), unix(es) and windows.
> I'm even about to pay a little amount of money for it.
> Oh, I'm talking about GUI objects ( I think C++ written objects are 'a
> must') and libraries.
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