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Re: Kylix for Apple's OS X?
2003-07-07 05:36:31 PM
time. As a matter of fact one source/application created with the
There is going to be a QT version for Macintosh. But that doesn't mean
multiplatform Qt C++ ADF can natively compile for four different
platforms Unix/Linux, Mac OS X, embedded Linux and for Windows.
The interesting thing is that the Qt provides a graceful mechanism for
dynamic library loading. Another interesting thing is that Kylix
(still useful and powerful) makes it easy to create shared libraries.
The implication of this is that one could use and reuse existing
Delphi code, converted to a shared object and combine it with a Qt 3.2
C++ GUI application. This provides an easy transition path from Delphi
to C++; your Linux application can be written in 90% in Kylix/Delphi
and 10% in Qt Designer/Qt C++. ;-)
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