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In brief Nokia-owned Qt Software (formerly Trolltech) today released a tech preview of its cross-platform environment for creating embedded applications on Mac, Windows, and Linux machines.

"Project Greenhouse," now dubbed Qt Creator, is designed to be a lightweight and consistent IDE for the Qt application framework. The pre-release is available under QT's technology preview license, but the final code is expected to hit early 2009 under General Public License (GPL).

Note: the initial release is binary only.

We previously reported IDE in greater detail here. Curious minds can grab the preview and a video tour from Qt's website. You can also check out an introduction to Qt's multi-threading capabilities at Reg Whitepapers.®

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