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The KDevelop project was founded in 1998 to build up an easy to use IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for KDE. Since then, the KDevelop IDE is publicly available under the GPL and supports many programming languages.
Agar is a modern open-source, cross-platform toolkit for graphical applications implemented in C, C++ and Ada (with bindings to other languages in development). Designed for ease of integration, it follows the philosophy of building the GUI around the application and not the other way around. Unlike ... [More]
MXE (M cross environment) is a Makefile that compiles a cross compiler and cross compiles many free libraries such as SDL and Qt. Thus, it provides a nice cross compiling environment for various target platforms.
ORCA is an interpreter for a REBOL-like language. The interpreter is a C library so that C/C++ applications can use ORCA as an embedded scripting system. ORCA stands for Open-source Rebol Can be Achieved.
Devchekio Code Editor is a FTP check in/out code editor. It was inspired by the use of DreamWeaver's system to access files like a library system. It's written in GTK+ so it's cross platform for Windows, Linux, BSD and even Mac OS X.
Designed to be a generic, cross-platform library that can parse command-line formats as generally as possible (similar to getopts on Linux, but easier to use & object-oriented). The supported format is GNU Command-line options are position independent but emitted in the same relative position ... [More]
Imagine is a collection of library bindings for the C# language for the purpose of facilitating cross-platform multimedia-related development using the Mono and .NET platforms.
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