EMX


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EMX

A programming environment for OS/2 by Eberhard Mattes <mattes@azu.informatik.uni-stuttgart.de>. EMX supports programming in C, C++ and Objective C. It works with gcc, g++, gdb, libg++, .obj linkage, DLL and headers. Version 0.8g.

Europe. US.

Mailing list: <listserv@ludd.luth.se> ("subscribe to emx-list").
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With Pro/ENGINEER EMX, our library can help our customers reduce the mold design process time by 20%.
EmX stations are farther apart than normal bus stops.
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To the thousands of customers boarding EmX every weekday, EmX is LTD.
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Adding a west Eugene leg to the EmX system will help address a transportation headache of long standing - congestion on West 11th Avenue.
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Participation in the EMX Network offers significantly lower customer acquisition costs compared to other online acquisition methods.
A citywide vote would exclude voters in much of the transit district, including those in Springfield, where most of the existing EmX system has already been built without a public vote.
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