has released the SoftIntegration Graphical Library (SIGL) for Mac OS X. The company has released the software to provide 2D and 3D graphical plotting for C and C++ developers.
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The cross-platform library sports functions that are wholly supported by Ch, SoftIntegration’s own C/C++ interpreter. Using SIGL, the same graphical application can be compiled in C++ or run from Ch without compilation. The Mac OS X implementation of SIGL requires XDarwin with the OroborOSX window manager, according to SoftIntegration.
SIGL incorporates a plotting class with various member functions for visualization, all to help simplify graphical plotting for C++ users. SIGL can be linked to code you generate using your own preferred C++ compiler.
SIGL costs US$299 for a single-user license. Educational discounts are available.