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Old 09-20-2005, 11:06 PM   #1
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wx widget and cross compiling


Hi all,

I am very new to c/cpp and i have a few questions:

1) i try wxwidget samples and they look very unstable (eg sometimes sample control hang and use 100% CPU) and i need to kill the apps. It happen one time that the sample hang X (keyboard and mouse hang and could not shutdown or restart the X server).

I am sure that this isn't normal and i would like to know if anybody experience this kind of problems before.



2) Do anybody know alternatives to wx widget ?
I need to be able to:
-cross compile between linux and windows
-Have an interface for the GUI
-have access to a hardware abstraction layer ( for serial port, and maybe parallel port)



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