7/24/2003 - Trolltech announced the release of Qt, version 3.2. Qt, Trolltech's C++ multiplatform application framework, is the industry-leading C++ tool used to create applications that run natively on Windows, Linux/Unix and Mac OS X, all from the same codebase.
"The core design goal of Qt is to ensure that the development platform is stable and robust," said Eirik Aavitsland, Qt product manager. "When developing Qt 3.2, we wanted to ensure that the base platform was rock solid, then we focused on new features. We have added a few very important features, such as DB2 drivers and support for Indic writing systems, but Qt 3.2 is mostly about stability and performance."
The release of Qt 3.2 includes hundreds of enhancements and features that enable developers to build high-performance, low-maintenance multiplatform applications. While Qt 3.2 is essentially an enhancement of the large number of existing features provided by Qt, there are several key features:
The Qt library now also includes several new classes, including:
Qt 3.2 can be downloaded from http://www.trolltech.com/download/qt/x11.html
For more information, please see http://www.trolltech.com/products/qt/index.html
Trolltech is a software company with two flagship products: Qt and Qtopia. Qt is a multi-platform C++ application framework developers can use to write single-source applications that run -- natively -- on Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OS X and embedded Linux. Qt has been used to build thousands of successful commercial applications worldwide, and is the basis of the open source KDE desktop environment. Qtopia is the first comprehensive application environment built for embedded Linux, and is used in Sharp's line of Zaurus PDAs. Trolltech is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with offices in Brisbane, Australia, and Palo Alto, California. More about Trolltech can be found at www.trolltech.com.
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