Julien N. Carriere is creating libAgar, a cross-platform GUI toolkit
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libAgar is a cross-platform GUI toolkit. Agar provides a base framework and a set of widgets from which applications can be built. Agar applications work natively under X11, Windows, MacOS X and others. Agar can also use an existing SDL or OpenGL context.

The project focuses on extensibility. Agar's class registration interface allows new widgets to be deployed quickly. Examples of separate libraries which implement Agar widgets for specific fields include FreeSG, Edacious, Agar-Math, Agar-VG and Agar-Dev.

Agar is free software. Its source code is freely usable and re-usable by everyone under a BSD license, which allows use in commercial applications free of charge. Thanks to your support, I can keep working on improving Agar and its documentation, port it to new platforms / graphics systems, make bindings to new languages, having fun and hopefully helping developers with their own projects.

WWW: libagar.org
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Get help with Agar-related programming questions (I will do my best to answer all questions in a timely manner). Access to patron-only posts with exclusive tutorials, code examples and tools.
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Obtain support for programming questions related to Agar and its applications. I will do my best to answer all questions in a timely manner. Access to patron-only posts with exclusive tutorials, code examples and tools. Your name in the Agar release announcement and ChangeLog.
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Obtain support for programming questions related to Agar and its applications. I will do my best to answer all questions in a timely manner. Access to patron-only posts with exclusive tutorials, code examples and tools. Your name in the Agar release announcement and ChangeLog. On request, remote access to our hardware test cluster (which contains various workstations and servers of diverse architectures and OS).
libAgar is a cross-platform GUI toolkit. Agar provides a base framework and a set of widgets from which applications can be built. Agar applications work natively under X11, Windows, MacOS X and others. Agar can also use an existing SDL or OpenGL context.

The project focuses on extensibility. Agar's class registration interface allows new widgets to be deployed quickly. Examples of separate libraries which implement Agar widgets for specific fields include FreeSG, Edacious, Agar-Math, Agar-VG and Agar-Dev.

Agar is free software. Its source code is freely usable and re-usable by everyone under a BSD license, which allows use in commercial applications free of charge. Thanks to your support, I can keep working on improving Agar and its documentation, port it to new platforms / graphics systems, make bindings to new languages, having fun and hopefully helping developers with their own projects.

WWW: libagar.org

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Support continued Agar development
Full Member
$5 or more per month 0 patrons
Get help with Agar-related programming questions (I will do my best to answer all questions in a timely manner). Access to patron-only posts with exclusive tutorials, code examples and tools.
Major Contributor
$25 or more per month 0 patrons
Obtain support for programming questions related to Agar and its applications. I will do my best to answer all questions in a timely manner. Access to patron-only posts with exclusive tutorials, code examples and tools. Your name in the Agar release announcement and ChangeLog.
Agar Hero
$40 or more per month 0 patrons
Obtain support for programming questions related to Agar and its applications. I will do my best to answer all questions in a timely manner. Access to patron-only posts with exclusive tutorials, code examples and tools. Your name in the Agar release announcement and ChangeLog. On request, remote access to our hardware test cluster (which contains various workstations and servers of diverse architectures and OS).