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Trixul development is managed at Source Forge. Click here to visit the Source Forge page. Developers are currently being sought to take Trixul from its current form into something that can be used for large-scale development.
A blog chronicles the early development of Trixul.
Trixul supports the following features:
- an XML UI description language inspired by XUL
- extensible support for native GUI toolkits. Trixul supports Windows .NET Forms on Windows XP (and presumably on Windows Vista as well), Gtk+ on Linux, and Cocoa on Mac OS X. Other toolkits and platforms are relatively easy to add.
- support for localizable strings via XML DTD files.
Trixul was designed primarily as an aid to learning about the design and implementation of object-oriented cross-platform GUI toolkits, especially Mozilla’s XPToolkit. About 100 pages of the Addison-Wesley book “Developing Cross-Platform Applications in C++” discuss the design and implementation of Trixul. For more information, please visit http://www.crossplatformbook.com
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