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Old   June 13, 2004, 10:42
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Leo
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Hi, What graphical toolkit do you use when programming C++ or Fortran under Linux or Unix?

Do you use the compiler straight away like g++ or cc with editor such as emacs etc.?

Thats what I have been doing.

Is there any GUI based software like MS VC++ available for Linux/UNIX and have you used it?
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Old   June 13, 2004, 17:19
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ive seen the k-developer on linux.
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Old   June 14, 2004, 06:54
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Hi Leo,

I believe there are several graphical packages available on linux (and windows using CygWin).

- Qt library - Fox toolkit http://www.fox-toolkit.org/

For coding the visualisation parts, you could have a look to Visual ToolKit http://public.kitware.com/VTK/

To my mind, the choice should be made according to portability, ease of use and maintenance of the library.

Have fun, Julien
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