Dynace OO Extension to C and Windows Development System

Discussion in 'C Programming' started by Blake McBride, Jan 9, 2008.

  1. This is an announcement for a new release of the Dynace Object
    Oriented Extension to C and the Windows Development System.

    Real briefly, Dynace is an OO extension to C which includes multiple
    inheritance, meta object protocol (MOP), class library, native thread
    support, garbage collection, and is well documented. The system has
    been in production use for over 10 years.

    The Windows Development System is a Dynace class library which makes
    programming GUI applications under Windows and Linux (WINE) very easy.
    It also includes a library for SQL Databases, an interface to Java and
    MzScheme, a custom resource editor, etc.

    Besides 600+ pages of professional documentation, the system also
    includes a language tutorial and a GUI and Database tutorial.

    Dynace will run on almost anything with a C compiler. It has been
    tested on many different systems over the years.

    The Windows Development System runs on Windows an Linux (with WINE). This
    is open source software.

    I can be downloaded at:

    http://blake.mcbride.name

    Blake McBride
     
    Blake McBride, Jan 9, 2008
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