As promised (CI No 2,393) Palo Alto, California-based Loox Software Inc, has introduced version 3.0 of its object- oriented X Window graphics development tool. Loox 3.0 includes a set of ready-to-use dynamic objects in LooxLib such as push buttons and thermometers, plus other vector objects. There is a new communications protocol and two dimensional charts and LooxMaker now generates code for linking interfaces to applications and comes with a new drawing browser. Out now, a Loox 3.0 development licence is from $10,000 on most Unixes with no run-time licence.
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