The TCM project has recently got a sister project called WHERE, which is
performed at the NASA Software Research Laboratory
Part of this project is the translation of TCM into Java
http://research.ivv.nasa.gov/projects/WHERE/TCMJava ). The software is at this moment still in beta stage, but it looks very promising. Because it is written in Java, TCMJava runs on Solaris, Windows NT, Linux and probably also on Windows 95, Macintosh and OS/2. Via http://research.ivv.nasa.gov/projects/WHERE/TCMJava you can download TcmJava. Note that for running TCMJava you should install the Java Development Kit or the Java Runtime Environment, but on the above mentioned web page it is explained where you can get them. Our plan is to continue the development of our TCM for X Windows and Unix systems written in C++. There are no plans to port TCM to systems that do not have X Windows and Motif (because we see TCMJava as that port). By the way, a port of TCM to another GUI library is no quick or easy job. The X11/Motif part consists of about 10000 lines of source code which should be rewritten.