It looks like Moe Wheatley, AE4JY, is working on a cross platform software defined radio receiver intended for SDR hardware from RFSPACE. It is written using the Qt toolkit and will be available soon under an open source license with the purpose of providing an SDR interface program example for other developers. It is still very early and no code has been released yet, but you can watch this first demo video published few days ago and you can also join the CuteSDR Yahoo group if you are interested in following the project.
Following the grig cross build procedure, I have managed to cross compile gpredict, too. Theoretically, it should have gone right away, nevertheless, I ran into few issues along the way.
I have previously built native windows versions of grig using the DevCpp environment. The result was a limited success since the resulting application only worked with the dummy backend.
I guess it had to come sooner or later: A native build of gpredict for Windows XP is now available for download. And the worst part of it all is that I have built it myself. Why do I bother, I keep asking myself…