Kylix was a compiler and integrated development environment formerly sold by Borland but later discontinued. It is a Linux version of the Borland Delphi software development environment and C++ Builder, which runs under Microsoft Windows. Continuing Delphi's classical Greek theme, Kylix is the name for an ancient Greek drinking cup. The closest supported equivalent to Kylix is the free Lazarus package, designed to be code-compatible with Delphi. As of 2010 the project has been resurrected in the form of Delphi cross compiler for Mac and Linux as shown in the Embarcadero's Delphi and C++ Builder roadmap.
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... Embarcadero is planning to release a new version of Kylix(Without backward compatibility) ... But it will not hold a special name (Kylix, It will be a part of Delphi (and C++builder) where you can code and compile in Delphi Windows IDE and deploy it to ...