Next Generation C++ Platform!

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    Next Generation C++ Platform!

    I invite everyone interested in C++ and the power and versatility it
    provides to check out Ultimate++ at
    http://www.ntllib.org/upp/index.html
    Ultimate++ is the new generation C++ Windows/Linux open-source
    development platform. By utilizing a couple of new principles
    Ultimate++ achieves to singnificantly reduce complexity of
    applications and this way the developments costs. Ultimate++ based
    application sources tend to be significantly shorter (~50%) than
    equivalent applications using any other C++ platforms.

    Ultimate++ consists of

    Set of cross-platform Windows/Linux libraries ("packages")

    TheIDE development environment, featuring

    Full featured source editor

    Package management system

    Visual debugger (using GDB)

    BLITZ build technology speeding up GCC builds of large projects up
    to 4 times,

    Layout designer for designing dialog layouts

    Image designer for designing graphical elements of application

    Language editor for managing internationalized text strings

    Currently it is in it's early stages, but I invite everyone to visit
    the site and take a look at the awesome features and capabilities of
    this excellent app.

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    This should be in the General Discussions forum unless you have a question about C++.
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    looks cool, but not sure what it is. a new implementation of c++? just a better ide/enviornment? is it compatable with other c++ libraries (STL/OpenGL/FMOD/etc)?
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    An update the C++ standard would be nice - but alas this aint it. Rather it seems to be a promotion for a C++ compiler/IDE + components/packages.

    >is it compatable with other c++ libraries (STL/OpenGL/FMOD/etc)?

    Seems to compare with Borland C++ Builder/CLX.
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    If I develop my program with this thing, will it be compatible to both win and unix??
    source: compsci textbooks, cboard.cprogramming.com, world wide web, common sense

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    I think that's the idea. Having had a further browse at the site, I'm not sure whether this thing is commercial ware, freeware or open - no info whatsoever.
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    In response to questions...

    If I develop my program with this thing, will it be compatible to both win and unix??
    The program is designed to work under Windows and Linux.

    I'm not sure whether this thing is commercial ware, freeware or open - no info whatsoever
    Ultimate++ is Open Source released under the GPL.

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    Still looks like a sales pitch to me
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    ....

    If I develop my program with this thing, will it be compatible to both win and unix??
    The program is designed to work under Windows and Linux.
    I think you missed the question.
    Regards,
    ~Joshua Norton

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    Re: ....

    Originally posted by Josh Norton
    I think you missed the question.
    exactly, the question is will MY PROGRAM (developed on this software) be cross-platform?
    source: compsci textbooks, cboard.cprogramming.com, world wide web, common sense

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    I think you only need to rebuild it.

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    Use C#

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