JX is a full-featured C++ application framework and GUI widget library for use with the X Window System. It provides support for all facets of application development, including distributed applications, and aims to combine the best of MacOS and NeXTSTEP. It is built directly on top of Xlib and has been carefully optimized for performance.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  31 Jan 2004 02:17

    Release Notes: There is a new, simpler development license, a redesigned clipboard mechanism, dockable window support, support for Windows-style tab widgets, support for the XSearch protocol, and many other enhancements. This release compiles with gcc 3.x.

    •  25 Jun 1999 20:25

      Release Notes: Now fully supports 64-bit architectures. Added ports to Digital UNIX (OSF1) and IRIX 5.3.

      •  15 Jun 1999 12:50

        Release Notes: Configurable button toolbars provided by the new JToolBar library. Ports to FreeBSD and IRIX have been added.

        •  19 Apr 1999 15:09

          Release Notes: It finally works with egcs. The thunks bug is still there, however, and can still bite you in your own code.

          •  18 Feb 1999 11:47

            Release Notes: This is primarily a maintenance upgrade and printing support has been improved. Thanks to a 30 day evaluation license provided by KAI C++, JX is also close to working with kcc on Linux.


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