FoxGUI - A powerful development tool for your Amiga
Download FoxGUIWelcome to the download page for FoxGUI. If you haven't already been there, you should read the About FoxGUI page first before continuing.
For those of you still here, you obviously want to download your free copy of FoxGUI.
FoxGui is in the form of a .library file that links to your executables at run time. The archive contains the FoxGUI.library file, the FoxGui.h and FoxGuiPragma.h header files to include in your FoxGui programs and the documentation for FoxGUI. The documentation can be downloaded seperately if you prefer. The list below shows when each file was last updated.
FoxGui.h Last updated on 10 Apr 2000
There is now also an example programs archive. If you have written any useful FoxGui programs which you would like to have included in the archive then please let me know! The archive contains source only. You should feel free to cut and paste source from the programs into your own FoxGUI applications. The examples archive has not been updated since release 5.0.
If you are looking for example FoxGUI programs to download (without source) then you should go to the samples page.
If you want to modify FoxGUI to suit your own needs then you can download the source code. Please note that the source code along with any changes you make to it is freely redistributable according to the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License, a copy of which is enclosed in the source archive. In order to compile the source unmodified you will need SAS/C 6.58 (FoxGUI uses some SAS/C library funtions), the standard Amiga header files, "dmake" (a "make" replacement which can be downloaded from Aminet) and the header files for iffparse.library.
I make every effort to ensure that if the libraries are used correctly, they will not crash your system or do any other damage. No release is made without first running all of my example FoxGUI programs while enforcer and mungwall are checking that the system is clean. If there are any known bugs in the current release, they will be documented as soon as they are found. For my own protection, I would like to add that:
The author will not be liable for any damage arising from the failure of this program to perform as described, or any destruction of other programs or data residing on a system attempting to run the program. While the author knows of no damaging errors, the user of this program uses it at his or her own risk.