Knut Makes Moving from Windows to Linux Possible

Apr 04, 2001, 01:00 ET from Klaralvdalens Datakonsult AB

    HAGFORS, Sweden, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The international software
 company Klaralvdalens Datakonsult AB now launches the resource converter Knut,
 a well-tested tool which helps moving from Windows to other platforms like
 Unix/Linux.
     It cuts down on porting time for applications enormously since
 
      * Developers can use dialog boxes in the Windows version even on the new
        platform.
 
      * Change and adapt screen displays with the help of Knut and the Qt GUI
        Designer in a previously unseen speed.  The only requirement is the
        usage of the cross-platform GUI toolkit Qt.  (Qt is a registered
        trademark of Trolltech AS.)
 
     Knut eases the developer's burden in one of the most important phases of
 software development: The design and implementation of dialog boxes.  Knut
 opens the existing program file and translates the resources into a format
 that is understood by Qt GUI Designer.  Without any further intermediate
 steps, Knut reads the dialogs in a Windows program file (.exe or .dll)
 directly, including bitmaps and icons.
     Knut is also a useful tool for programmers which work on several
 platforms.  They can continue to develop their dialog boxes on Windows, even
 if the software should run on Linux/Unix as well.  Klaralvdalens Datakonsult
 AB, one of the leading companies in the area of porting complex software
 solutions has originally developed the resource converter Knut as an in-house
 tool and uses it regularly internally.
     A test version can be downloaded from www.klaralvdalens-datakonsult.se .
 Knut can be used without cost for non-commercial, private purposes.  Program
 support and commercial use require purchasing a license.
 
     Hagfors, Sweden-based Klaralvdalens Datakonsult AB is a small
 international software company.  The employees are currently located in
 Sweden, Germany, and Denmark.  They specialize in developing
 platform-independent software solution and can name DaimlerChrysler, IBM, and
 Intel among their customers.  Founder and CEO is the Open Source evangelist
 and KDE developer Matthias Kalle Dalheimer.
 
 

SOURCE Klaralvdalens Datakonsult AB
    HAGFORS, Sweden, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The international software
 company Klaralvdalens Datakonsult AB now launches the resource converter Knut,
 a well-tested tool which helps moving from Windows to other platforms like
 Unix/Linux.
     It cuts down on porting time for applications enormously since
 
      * Developers can use dialog boxes in the Windows version even on the new
        platform.
 
      * Change and adapt screen displays with the help of Knut and the Qt GUI
        Designer in a previously unseen speed.  The only requirement is the
        usage of the cross-platform GUI toolkit Qt.  (Qt is a registered
        trademark of Trolltech AS.)
 
     Knut eases the developer's burden in one of the most important phases of
 software development: The design and implementation of dialog boxes.  Knut
 opens the existing program file and translates the resources into a format
 that is understood by Qt GUI Designer.  Without any further intermediate
 steps, Knut reads the dialogs in a Windows program file (.exe or .dll)
 directly, including bitmaps and icons.
     Knut is also a useful tool for programmers which work on several
 platforms.  They can continue to develop their dialog boxes on Windows, even
 if the software should run on Linux/Unix as well.  Klaralvdalens Datakonsult
 AB, one of the leading companies in the area of porting complex software
 solutions has originally developed the resource converter Knut as an in-house
 tool and uses it regularly internally.
     A test version can be downloaded from www.klaralvdalens-datakonsult.se .
 Knut can be used without cost for non-commercial, private purposes.  Program
 support and commercial use require purchasing a license.
 
     Hagfors, Sweden-based Klaralvdalens Datakonsult AB is a small
 international software company.  The employees are currently located in
 Sweden, Germany, and Denmark.  They specialize in developing
 platform-independent software solution and can name DaimlerChrysler, IBM, and
 Intel among their customers.  Founder and CEO is the Open Source evangelist
 and KDE developer Matthias Kalle Dalheimer.
 
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