"Real Basic, the rather good pro/am rapid application
development tool, will support Linux when version 5.5 ships at the
end of the year, its developer, Real Software, said today.
"The news is probably of more value to Windows and Mac users,
however, since Real Basic 5.5 will only support Linux as a target
platform rather than as a host OS.
"Real Basic uses a Visual Basic-style approach to create
cross-platform applications from a single code base. The software
currently runs on the both Windows and Mac, and can target both
operating systems from either platform..."
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