FLTK native in 'D'. Would that be useful?
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Fri Jul 28 20:26:18 PDT 2006
"matthiasm" <matthiasm_member at pathlink.com> wrote in message
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> I am one of the co-authors of FLTK. I like 'D' and as a test I have
> translated parts of FLTK into
> native 'D' code. This is obvioulsy very different from just writing a
> more involved, but also
> more rewarding.
> Before I jump into manually porting a few hundred thousand lines of code,
> would really like to know
> first if the 'D' community is interested in such a thing at all and if I
> can get
> sufficient support and a
> reasonable number of users.
> What do you folks think?
> FLTK is a Fast and Light user interface Tool Kit. It sets directly onto
> the low
> lever interfaces of the three
> main supported platforms (MSWindows:WIN32, Unix including Linux: X11, Mac
> OS X:
> FLTK is in use by several thousand people all over the world. It comes
> with a
> visual user interface
> designer that spews out readable C++ (and after the coversion 'D').
> Come check it out at http://www.fltk.org/
I am an author of Harmonia D gui toolkit.
I know FLTK and I beleive some ideas of FLTK is there
It is different though. In particular event propagation schema.
It also has lightweight HTML engine (form layout manager,
renderer, form resource definition, etc. )
BTW: One of design goals of Harmonia was to create sort of FLTK
but in D and for D.
Package class map: http://harmonia.terrainformatica.com/map.htm
It would be extremely nice if someone will take care about Linux port:
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