Cronopios writes "The Norwegian company TrollTech has just released version 3.3 of their excellent cross-platform Qt toolkit, which is the foundation of KDE. This version adds support for .NET framework, 64-bit processing, IPv6 and gcc on MS Windows. The announcement and the complete list of new features and improvements are available at their website. As usual, the Qt libraries are released under several licenses, including the GNU GPL :-)"
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JigSaw writes "The new version of Qt (to be released Wednesday) features .NET support, full 64-bit support, IPv6 and backend support for two more databases. In light of the release, OSNews features an article with TrollTech's CEO, Haavard Nord. Nord says that he sees Linux strengthen its position in both business computing and embedded systems, while he forsees Qtopia and Linux taking over PDAs and Smartphones in the next few years." It's Wednesday, and Qt 3.3 has been officially released -- read on below for some more info.