From: Cory Nelson (phrosty_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-04 21:39:20
Agreed. I have yet to see any C++ GUI library that exploits anything
beyond inheritance and very basic templates. I thought boost
libraries had to have no external dependancies anyway?
On Thu, 4 Nov 2004 20:03:08 -0500, Edward Diener
> Brian Braatz wrote:
> > (was RE: [boost] Re: GUI library - something to think about)
> > Both
> > http://www.torjo.com/win32gui/save_dlg.html
> > and
> > http://www.litwindow.com/Library/Documentation/documentation.html
> > are extremely interesting.
> > What I see (just after taking a peek at both):
> > Win32Gui
> > Interesting design
> > No macros
> > Looks tied to Win32Gui
> > LitWindow
> > Also interesting design
> > Does have macros
> > Also sits on top of WxWidgets, but it looks like the WxWidgets
> > layer could be abstracted out.
> > I propose that BOTH authors collaborate (on this list) to achieve the
> > following:
> > * Combination of the best of both frameworks
> > * Can sit on WxWidgets OR can have a win32 and xwindows underlying
> > implementation
> No !!!!! WxWidgets has almost nothing to do with modern C++. Let's no go
> there, or have anything to do with supporting any other GUI implementation.
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