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If one plans to release this for mobile devices, such as android phones or
iphones I would try and keep the language in c/c++ as both platforms can
compile those languages.

Android uses the NDK to compile code for android devices with out massive
rewriting of it into java, and iOS supports c/c++ out of the box. I must
say this would be something I would find very useful to have on a
smartphone device especially when giving presentations :)

umm we are a design group, and although I (a programmer) knows what your
talking about, we don't have any control on what language the code
is written in or care. the dev team even has little control over this
because this is apart of the Google summer of code, which meas that someone
not apart of our dev team is going to write it. after that the dev team can
do what they want with it but...


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