|XVT? firstname.lastname@example.org (1995-01-23)|
|Re: XVT? email@example.com (1995-01-23)|
|Re: XVT? firstname.lastname@example.org (1995-01-27)|
|Re: XVT? email@example.com (1995-01-28)|
|Crossplatform GUI (not again?!) Re: XVT? firstname.lastname@example.org (1995-02-02)|
|From:||email@example.com (Taylor Hutt)|
|Organization:||My use of clarknet is definitely not an endorsement|
|Date:||Mon, 23 Jan 1995 04:16:45 GMT|
William Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>We need to produce educational programs for use on a variety of computer
>platforms. Someone recommended using XVT to develop applications because
>it could compile the code for Mac, PC and Unix. Does anyone have
>experience with this (or similar) program(s)? Where can I get XVT and
>how much does it cost? Thanks.
XVT does not compile the code -- it is a (so-called) portable GUI library.
In reality, it's somewhat of a red-herring, since it does nothing to help
you write C code that is going to compile on all those different
platforms with all those different compilers.
The place I work just rejected XVT due to the costly licensing
arrangment. It was about $17K (yes, K) for the X/Windows license.
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