LinuxWorld Australia reports that Linux will be high on the agenda at Borcon 2000, given the
projected release early next year of project Kylix - the name
given to the Delphi and C++ Builder development tools for
Linux. Otherwise known as Rapid Application Development
(RAD) tools, the Kylix project promises to boost dramatically the
number of applications that are written for Linux and, hence, turn
it into a more mainstream platform.
November 7, 2000