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Last Build Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2005 08:10:21 -0000

 



Happy Valentines Day

Mon, 14 Feb 2005 08:10:21 -0000

At first we want to wish you and your love a happy Valentines Day. Let your emotions go. But that is not the reason why I wrote this news item.

We are proud to present you the first official release of the Legaya GUI Framework. In this early version (v0.1) we implemented some basic classes like a static control (LegayaStatic), a image control (LegayaImage), a Button control (LegayaButton) and a dialog class (LegayaWindow).

But we are faithfully with you: The current version (also the current CVS version) has no optimized rendering algorithm. We do NOT recommend using this version in your products.

So enjoy the day.




Development has started

Tue, 11 Jan 2005 21:00:21 -0000

Today we have finally started to develop the initial version of Legaya. It is a Microsoft DirectX 9 compatible GUI framework for games and/or media applications. With an integrated small garbage collector for unused controls and a high flexible event manager, Legaya is a powerful framework for fast UI construction.

In further versions we have planed to make this framework also available for older DirectX versions or also OpenGL.

Currently we are searching for some motivated and creative developers and documentation writers. If you are interested, feel free to contact me (matrix--@users.sourceforge.net).