[clug] CLUG meeting 25 September 2003
bhards at bigpond.net.au
Mon Sep 29 06:47:23 EST 2003
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On Tue, 23 Sep 2003 20:12 pm, Jepri wrote:
> You could use Mozilla. It's supposed to be an application framework
> that you can extend in C++. I had a look at it a little while ago, but
> couldn't figure out the chrome thing (or C++ for that matter).
No idea, sorry. 
> Apparently it is quite powerful, but poorly documented. Still, it's
> definately the most cross-platform thing you can find.
But the Linux Journal from October 2003 has a review of a book called
"Creating Applications with Mozilla", from O'Reilly. Apparently you need
Since you were looking for "free-as-in-beer", perhaps the online version
Note that KDE has support for XUL too now, including using the KDevelop IDE.
Brad "footnotely-yours" Hards
 I like Qt/KDE. Doesn't worry me it won't run on Windows without a Qt
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