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yl Originally Posted by bryansmith Yes, Kylix is not C++. You can get the Open Version but programs you make with the open version must be released under the GPL ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryansmith
    Yes, Kylix is not C++. You can get the Open Version but programs you make with the open version must be released under the GPL IIRC.

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    kylix is both delphi AND c++. i currently have it on my pc, so i can confirm this.
    Now, however, Kylix answers the needs of most Linux programmers by fully supporting C++ with the same development environment. The result is a RAD that should quickly become Linux's most popular integrated development environment (IDE).

    http://www.linuxplanet.com/linuxplanet/reviews/4427/1/

    Quote Originally Posted by Loriden
    .......especially now that Microsuck is probably including python in the next Visual Studio.
    not any more. MS have dropped support for python and perl.
    The plug-ins will not be updated for Visual Studio 2005, and there will be no further maintenance on the Visual Studio 2003- and 2002-compatible versions. Due to the necessary inclusion of Visual Studio integration code in Visual Perl, Visual Python, and Visual XSLT, the plug-ins cannot be open-sourced.
    http://www.activestate.com/Products/Visual_Python/?mp=1

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    No visual python? Presumptive anyway...

    Its good to know that kylix has c++ support, I never saw this advertised anywhere, of course, I never got kylix up on my slack box in the first place.

    With regard to visual pyton, it really is speculation, I did not say they will or will not. But Im more apt to believe a RECENT cnet article:

    Maybe a Visual Python



    Quote Originally Posted by GNOME_n00b
    yl kylix is both delphi AND c++. i currently have it on my pc, so i can confirm this.

    http://www.linuxplanet.com/linuxplanet/reviews/4427/1/

    not any more. MS have dropped support for python and perl.
    http://www.activestate.com/Products/Visual_Python/?mp=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNOME_n00b
    yl kylix is both delphi AND c++. i currently have it on my pc, so i can confirm this.
    What do you know? I do learn something new everyday. Thanks for the info .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loridan
    Its good to know that kylix has c++ support, I never saw this advertised anywhere, of course, I never got kylix up on my slack box in the first place.

    With regard to visual pyton, it really is speculation, I did not say they will or will not. But Im more apt to believe a RECENT cnet article:

    Maybe a Visual Python
    thats iron python. not python. i was talking about python.

    . bryansmith
    kylix is 2 applications in 1. there are 2 executables - one for c++ and the other for delphi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNOME_n00b

    . bryansmith
    kylix is 2 applications in 1. there are 2 executables - one for c++ and the other for delphi.
    I remember that now...man, my memory is horrible. Now, what was I just doing?

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    Talking I require an ASIAN pear, not an american pear, an ASIAN pear...

    Quote Originally Posted by GNOME_n00b
    thats iron python. not python. i was talking about python.
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    Thats golden. Sorry friend, Im not trying to make you angry or anything but this is the first time Ive smiled today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loridan
    Thats golden. Sorry friend, Im not trying to make you angry or anything but this is the first time Ive smiled today.
    so my input had some use after all then.

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