Reid Thompson wrote:
> gcarcass wrote:
>> BUT! is there anything really simple that I don't have to build,
>>
>>   
> http://www.widestudio.org/
> 
> WideStudio is an open source, Integrated Development Environment for
> desktop applications purely made in Japan. This enables you to develop
> GUI applications that can run on Windows95/98/Me/NT/2000/Xp, WindowsCE,
> Linux, FreeBSD, SOLARIS, MacOSX(w/X11), BTRON, T-Engine,
> mu-CLinux(wo/X11) in various programming languages such as C/C++, Java,
> Perl, Ruby, Python,Objective Caml
> Since an application is build on MWT(Multi-Platform Widget Toolkit)
> which runs on multiple platforms, WideStudio applications are all source
> compatible between these platforms. If you developped an application in
> C/C++ language, you only need to re-compile the source code to run on a
> different platform in as native code.

Thanks!! It might be just what I was looking for, the only problem is I 
cannot make it run, the OSX installer does not work and I'm making some 
mistakes in the compile and building process, anyway I'll keep trying.

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