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gremlin-touch 08-10-2011 07:17 PM

C library compatibility between different OS
I've done a bit of C and c++ programming, but mostly in Linux (some older version of Fedora and Slackware 13.37). It is my intent to write a program that takes an assembled hex file (all variable declarations for assembly code. Format is window xp text file) and isolate relevant bytes and and label them in a new text file. I would prefer to develop this in c in my slackware environment because i dislike my window development programs. I am concerned that the program will not function when loaded on to the windows xp machine i need to actually execute it on.

My question is, are c libraries compatible between windows and linux, or must i develop this program in window?

Much obliged to you all for any feedback.

everest40 08-11-2011 01:47 AM

Many c/c++ libraries are cross-platform, some are not. Are there any specific libraries you're thinking of using?

gremlin-touch 08-11-2011 01:50 PM

Everest40, your reply popped the words "cross platform" to my brain. (I feel rather daft for forgetting them earlier). Adding those words to my google searching yielded GTK+. From their website, it seems like this may fit my requirements. I shall investigate further in this direction.

Thank you so much.

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