[ Thanks for this link to Bob Swart, who comments: "Borland
Kylix is the Linux edition of Borland Delphi (and later editions of
Kylix will be the equivalent of C++Builder for Linux). Kylix will
be launched on Jan 31st at Linux Expo in New York... It looks like
there will be at least two different editions of Kylix launched
this week: Kylix Desktop and Kylix Server. ...Kylix is one of the
finalists in the Best Developer Tools category of the LinuxWorld
Awards. Winners will be announced thursday, Feb 1st (only one day
after the launch of Kylix itself). More official news of Kylix will
follow on Wednesday, Jan 31st at Linux Expo in New York."
"Large-scale corporate deployment of low-cost Linux desktop
systems could move into the mainstream by the end of this quarter,
propelled by Borland Software Corp.'s release of its long-awaited
Kylix, a rapid application development environment closely
resembling Borland's Object Pascal-based Delphi."
"eWeek Labs examined Kylix in late-prerelease form, before its
public unveiling at Linux World in New York this week. Our trials
included hands-on development of native Linux GUI applications with
XML (Extensible Markup Language)-based data storage, using the new
Borland CLX (Component Library Cross-Platform) family of software
components. CLX will enable single-source application development
for Linux and Windows when Borland releases the CLX-compatible
Delphi 6 in the first half of this year."
"Kylix won't take sides in the contest between graphical
environments for Linux: It will be neutral between the popular KDE
(K Desktop Environment) and GNOME (GNU Network Object Model
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