Kommander for Linux is a two part application. The first part is the editor where you visually build dialogs and applications and edit the scripted elements. The second part is the executor which processes the generated XML file. Kommander is a non traditional "disruptive" technology. It does not compile applications, but it does not rely on interpreted scripting to build it's interface. It relies wherever possible on compiled functions. It produces non-compliled dialogs and applications at a very small file size that run fast and can be distributed without binary compatibility issues.