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IUP 3.0 Final Released

Hi all,

We are very proud to announce the IUP 3.0 final version.

It took a very long time to complete what we plan for version 3, but it was worth it. We now have a much better IUP than we had at version 2.

I would like to thank once again all users who send us precious feedback.

Also we are releasing new versions of CD and IM. The IUP 3.0, when dependent from CD, depends on this new version. You will not be able to link with previous versions. Also this new version includes a GDK driver that can replace the Win32 driver or the X-Windows driver. Soon there will be a Cairo driver too.... read more

Posted by Antonio Scuri 2010-01-27

IUP 3.0 RC 4a

Hi All,

I just updated IUP 3.0 to RC4a. Fixes some bugs introduced in RC4.

Please check the History section at the documentation.

Best Regards,
Antonio Scuri

Posted by Antonio Scuri 2009-12-19

IUP 3.0 RC 4

Hi All,

I just updated IUP 3.0 to RC4. A few more fixes before the final version. Thank you all for the valuable feedback.

This should be the last RC.

The web site still reflects RC3, we have a problem with our web server that should be fixed soon. But the download files in SourceForge are already available.

Best Regards,
Antonio Scuri

Posted by Antonio Scuri 2009-12-13

IUP 3.0 RC 3

Hi All,

I just updated IUP 3.0 to RC3. Lots of fixes and some news. It does not look like a "RC" but we kept the name since the next version will be 3.0 final.

What's missing? Always more tests. We expect that more real applications will be tested before final.

Best Regards,
Antonio Scuri

Posted by Antonio Scuri 2009-10-02

IUP 3.0 RC 2

Hi,

We updated IUP 3.0 to RC2. There are several fixes.

IUP is a portable toolkit for building graphical user interfaces.

You can find the list of changes and files for download at:

http://www.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/iup/

Best Regards,
Antonio Scuri

Posted by Antonio Scuri 2009-07-19

IUP 3.0 RC 1

Hi,

We updated IUP 3.0 to RC1. There are some small fixes, but the main improvement is the IupTree using native controls.

IUP is a portable toolkit for building graphical user interfaces.

You can find the list of changes and files for download at:

http://www.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/iup/

Best Regards,
Antonio Scuri

Posted by Antonio Scuri 2009-06-27

IUP 3.0 BETA3

Hi,

We updated IUP 3.0 to BETA3. There are some small fixes, but the main improvement is the refactored and optimized IupMatrix.

IUP is a portable toolkit for building graphical user interfaces.

You can find the list of changes and files for download at:

http://www.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/iup/

Best Regards,
Antonio Scuri

Posted by Antonio Scuri 2009-04-06

IUP 3.0 BETA2

Hi,

We updated IUP 3.0 to BETA2.

IUP is a portable toolkit for building graphical user interfaces.

You can find the list of changes and files for download at:

http://www.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/iup/

Best Regards,
Antonio Scuri

Posted by Antonio Scuri 2008-12-27

IUP 3.0 BETA 1

Hi,

We are proud to announce the release of IUP version 3.0 BETA 1.

IUP is a portable toolkit for building graphical user interfaces.

You can find the list of changes and files for download at:

http://www.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/iup/

Best Regards,
Antonio Scuri

Posted by Antonio Scuri 2008-12-17

IUP 2.7.1 Released

Hi,

The 2.7.1 version of the IUP toolkit has been released.

IUP is a portable toolkit for building graphical user interfaces.

You can find the list of changes and files for download at:

http://www.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/iup/

This is just a bug fix release. We would like to thank everyone that send us feedback so this release was possible.

Best Regards,
Antonio Scuri

Posted by Antonio Scuri 2008-12-17

IUP 2.7 Released

The 2.7 version of the IUP toolkit has been released.

IUP is a portable toolkit for building graphical user interfaces.

You can find the list of changes and files for download at:

http://www.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/iup/

Best Regards,
Antonio Scuri

Posted by Antonio Scuri 2008-10-18

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