From: Ken (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: CPLAT 2.7 released
ksoft is pleased to announce the latest version of CPLAT (version 2.7), a
low-cost cross-platform framework for MacOS and Windows development.
This latest version adds:
improvements and bug fixes
Misc other Carbon lib improvements
Unicode string class (uses CoreFoundation under Carbon)
Mac OSX ‘icns’ (128×128 thumbnail) import / editing /
exporting (MacOS 9.0 and above needed for import/export)
In addition the CPLAT RADTool adds improved support for importing
PowerPlant resources (PPob, text traits, strings, icons, pictures, etc) to
aid in porting your PowerPlant application to CPLAT on Windows.
CPLAT is an easy-to-use full-featured (not just a thin layer over the
underlying OS) modern C++ (STL, exception handling) framework for MacOS
development including support for the lastest MacOS technologies including
AppearanceManager, proxy icons and window path popups and icon services (32
bit icons), and Windows applications for Windows 95/98/NT.
CPLAT also includes a RADTool / Resource Editor for importing / creating /
editing the resources your application uses including, menus, icons,
pictures, cursors, patterns, windows, alerts, dialogs, strings. You can
create a single resource and generate the appropriate resource definition
for MacOS and Windows.
CPLAT is available for $50 and includes complete source code, headers and
projects to the framework, demos and RADTool / Resource Editor (including
source code). Updates are posted approximately every 4-8 weeks to
Full details and the lastest trial versions / demos can be found at: