WideStudio v.2.00-2 Released

WideStudio is an integrated development environment(IDE) to build window applications on Windows95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP, Linux, FreeBSD, SOLARIS and other unix platform. This is free software (MIT/X Consortium Licence) and the source code is open. It enables us to build an application that works on both Linux and windows.

This is an announcement of version 2.00-2.

1. Features:

Application builder that has a platform-independent interface.
Original class library (GUI and more) independent of other libraries.
Window editor to edit GUI components of a window visually.
Code generation for event-driven process and GUI components.
Management of project files and makefile generation.
Facility to make an additional class by a user.
You can use your editor, compiler and debugger.
Look and Feel absorbing the difference between Windows and X
UNICODE(UTF8) support as well as EUC-JP, SJIS, EUC-KR, EUC-CN, ISO8859-X etc. to realize an international and multi-platform application.

2. Requirements:

Linux 2.0 or later.
SOLARIS 2.5 or later.
other unix and X window system

GNU C++ (or your c++ compiler).
G++/MinGW32 (packages for Windows include this).

Debugger:(not necessary)
GDB, DBX (or your c++ debugger).
GDB/MinGW32 (packages for Windows include this).

vi, Emacs, notepad (or your editor).

Web browser:(not necessary)
Netscape, IE, opera (or your browser) to see the online manual.

XPM library, JPEG library are needed for X11.

3. see

WideStudio Home Page: http://www.widestudio.org/EE/index.html

Project page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/widestudio/

Posted by T.Tamaki 2002-03-29

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