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DanubioNG is a simple, pattern based, C++ framework for developing embedded applications. It compiles and works on Linux and Windows (MinGW).
GDI# is a kind of GDI which can be used in both linux and windows, it provides numbers of classes and libraries to share the way to develop software. In both text and graph mode, GDI# supports a serial of functions to develop graphic programmes.
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A microkernel operating system distribution offering (among other things) very low hardware requirements, full and easy portability and easy-readable source code.