~ Multi-platform C/C++ development & port tools ~
|If you need to write an application running under both
Linux/Unix and Windows, stay here. You'll find pointers to interesting
tools and libraries.
Not every multi-platform tool is introduced here, only the one I used and know it works fine.
In fact, if a library is here, it's because I used it, and like it.
I/ Coconut project2D Adventure game developpement tool.
II/ Pang ProjectSimple silly game. Shot the bouncing balls.
This game has been developped for teaching purpose.
I/ Graphical User Interface
A really powerfull GUI, with a lot of dedicated tools. Think about Gnome and The Gimp...
Need some huge external libraries 2,88 Mo DLLs.
GTK+ Main page
GTK+ windows port by Tor Lillqvist
Glade, the GUI Editor
Glade for windows
An excellent simple GUI for small applications, generating small binaries (#400 Kbytes) without the need for external dynamic libraries.
II/ Low level Graphics
The library you need to control your screen, use your joysticks, play raw sounds, use sprites... Additional libraries provide MPEG, sprites, jpg, png...
III/ System calls, Timers, Thread
The SDL again...
Usefull to create a high data rate TCP based client/server socket link.
Orbit is really easy to understand and use. Still need a Name Server. I can't stand IOR.
4/ Network interface