updated 02:15 pm EST, Wed November 13, 2002
SoftIntegration today released for Mac OS X, its solution for 2D/3D graphical plotting within the framework of C/C++: "SIGL meets the demand for an easy-to-use cross platform C++ graphical application. All functions in SIGL are supported in Ch, a C/C++ interpreter. The same graphical application can be either compiled in C++ or run from Ch directly without compilation... With SIGL, you can design and deploy the graphical application running across different platforms." It contains a plotting class with many member functions for visualization and simplifies the graphical plotting for C++ users. The $300 package requires XDarwin with the OroborOSX window manager in Mac OS X.