"On Monday, March 20, 150 tool and component builders gathered
at Borland's Scotts Valley headquarters for the Kylix Kick Start
seminar: a first glimpse at project Kylix. I don't know who picked
the date, but it turned out to be appropriate -- the first day of
spring, a time for new beginnings."
"Yes, we saw it run. We saw it compile code. We saw
Borland engineers write component-based GUI apps under Windows and
run them on Linux. And we saw Linux code run on Windows after
recompilation, with no source changes."
"I'd love to tell you everything we learned, but it was an NDA
session, and most of the details are still under wraps. And the
truth is, the details we covered are most appropriate for component
vendors, not developers. Most of the technical information that was
presented related to under-the-hood arcana that component builders
will have to know but Kylix users won't."
"As you probably know, Kylix is the code name for a project
that will bring Delphi and C++Builder to the Linux
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