The TOAD C++ GUI Library is a set of classes to create graphical user interfaces with the X Window System. While still under development, it aims to be an alternative to other popular GUI libraries in the future by providing innovative features that ease the development process.
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Release Notes: This release solves a compilation issue with the fontconfig library.
Release Notes: Various bugs were fixed, among them compability issues with 64-bit systems and GNU C++ 4.1. TOAD now contains its own copy of the Xutf8 library, since it doesn't seem to be maintained as a separate library anymore.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release after years. Since the last snapshot release, 2005-06-07, various bugs were fixed, among them compability issues with 64-bit and GNU C++ 4.1. TOAD now contains its own copy of the Xutf8 library, since it doesn't seem to be maintained in as a separate library anymore.
Release Notes: Various major changes were made to the table classes and they now support the Model-View architecture, can handle trees, and are much easier to use. A new TGauge widget was added. Various other API updates and fixes were made, such as a fix to make Xdnd drag'n drop cooperate with the GIMP.
Release Notes: This release contains two major updates to ease compilation and installation. The Xutf8 library isn't required anymore, and Xft is used as the default font engine when available. The configure script has been rewritten, and libtool is now used to compile the library. Successful tests were done on GNU/Debian Sarge, Slackware, and Mac OS X.