From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-08 07:46:53
At 07:30 PM 8/6/2003, Joel de Guzman wrote:
>Beman Dawes <bdawes_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> At 10:54 AM 8/5/2003, Brock Peabody wrote:
>> >> I don't know much about other GUI systems but win32
>> >> and MFC. I think we can try to define the low-level
>> >> layer using win32 and/or MFC as the starting point.
>> >> If we cover these two, it'll be a good start and prove
>> >> of concept.
>> >Actually for a proof of concept we could get by with just one.
>> Given the major differences between underlying GUI API's, your really
>> to be developing in parallel for both Windows and Linux right from the
>And don't forget the Mac ;-)
For a "proof-of-concept", implementations are needed for enough of the
framework to make it obvious it can be make to work with GUI API's that
follow the same general model. Particularly the
event/callback/other-flow-of-control mechanisms. I know that Windows and X
Window are major API's that follow very different flow-of-control models.
Is the Mac sufficiently different to be an important proof-of-concept case?
Are there others?
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