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Qt Extended Improved

Qt Extended Improved
Company / developer Qt Extended Improved Project
OS family Linux
Latest stable release 4.5.2 / June 28, 2009
Kernel type Monolithic kernel
License GPL and proprietary
Official website Qt Extended Improved

Qt Extended Improved is an application platform for Embedded Linux-based mobile computing devices such as personal digital assistants, projectors and mobile phones.

Qt Software cancelled the Qt Extended project, but as it was free software then the community created a fork of it, the Qt Extended Improved project, and continued building.


Qt Extended Improved features:

Qt Extended Improved is dual licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and proprietary licenses.

Devices and deployment

Qt Extended Improved can run on several mobile devices, most notably the Openmoko phones: Neo 1973 and FreeRunner.

Software development

Native applications can be developed and compiled using C++.[1] Managed applications can be developed in Java.


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