CPLAT, a cross-platform framework for Mac OS and Windows development, has been updated to version 3.5, which includes beta Linux support for the framework.
According to the folks at ksoft, the developers of CPLAT, the majority of the classes are now in place for Linux. The CP Demo has about 90 percent functionality under Linux, with the remainder coming shortly. Also, there’s a new set of text classes for text editing with WASTE, MLTE, and RichEdit2, as well as several new demos and classes,
reports. There’s support for CodeWarrior Pro 7, Carbon and MachO. The class reference has been updated in both HTML and PDF format.
CPLAT costs US$50 and includes complete source code, headers and projects to the framework, demos and more. Updates are posted approximately every 4-8 weeks to registered users. Full details and the latest trial versions/demos can be found at the
ksoft Web site.