PortableGUI is a C++ framework for creating portable user interfaces with
native controls and native look & feel
- After a long period of darkness PortableGUI is back under development (07/22/01) !
- New demo applications include Huarong Path and Animate (show animated GIF's)
- I know PortableGUI is far from finished, but I'm looking for developers wanting to give it a try and write a (small) (test) application.
I really need some feedback about feature priority and bugs.
Framework for GUI development
Create portable applications for different operating systems / window toolkits
Linux/Unix running Gnome/GTK
Use native widgets / controls and native look & feel
Object oriented design in C++
Easy to learn by using a Java-AWT like class hierarchy
Reference counting system for object cleanup
Support for building GUI's using Glade
Small and fast running code (< 200kB static linking)
Mailing list to discuss PortableGUI problems, tips and tricks
If you think this project sounds interesting and you want to give a hand,
be sure to mail firstname.lastname@example.org
[07/16/00] Project started, homepage created
[07/17/00] Homepage online, version 0.01 for Windows released
[07/20/00] Version 0.02 for GTK and Windows released
[07/28/00] EditPad demo added, Version 0.021 released
[08/10/00] Version 0.03 released
[10/28/00] Screenshots 0.04 added
[07/26/01] Version 0.05 for GTK & Windows released. Major new release with support for graphics (PGGraphics) and animated GIF's.
The project code is available for download under the GNU public license
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