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If you are doing open source development and would like to build applications for UNIX and Windows better think about using any of the toolkits mentioned below -- the Qt Free Edition for Windows is really outdated by now, and there are no signs it will be updated soon.When I had contact to some Trolltech-guys some time ago they told me they'll most likely release versions of their free edition for other compilers like the one from Borland -- but nothing happened since about 2 years. It is available for UNIX/X11 and Windows, on windows all of the most important compilers are supported.It works under UNIX/X11 and Windows, but since it does not provide a native Windows look and feel you most likely don't want to use it for cross platform development.Motif is a toolkit well-known from older commercial applications.
Depending on what operation system and toolkit you are using you might notice speed differences -- or not.
As mentioned above, people want to know something about devtools, too.
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If the package is not available on the main software repos of your distro, you can download the source tarball from Softpedia.
To install gtkmm, save the tar archive on a location of your choice, unpack its contents, open a terminal emulator, navigate to the location of the extracted archive file using the ‘cd’ command, and execute the ‘./configure && make’ command to optimize and compile the source code.