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Project Summary

wxMax is a cross-platform BlitzMax language binding for wxWidgets, bringing a full-featured, native UI toolkit to BlitzMax applications.

It mirrors the same object-oriented API as implemented by wxWidgets itself, and is available for Linux, OS X and Win32 platforms.

As well as the core functionality of wxWidgets, we also provide extra 3rd-party contributions with the distribution, such as wxPdfDocument, wxPropGrid, wxScintilla and wxSheet.

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blitzmax cross-platform development gui linux macosx module programming win32 wx wxmax wxwidgets

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C++
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BlitzMax
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XML
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12 Other
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Sep 1 2022 — Oct 1 2022

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Oct 1 2021 — Oct 1 2022

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