From: Aleksey Chernoraenko (archer_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-20 17:42:33
John Torjo wrote:
>> On the one hand they give a user many really good things: windowing,
controls, event handling,
>> geometry, drag&drop support, etc...
>> On the other hand they are monolithic - you have to use the *whole*
framework, you cannot take
>> and use only one subsystem.
> I would like to think that win32gui is close to what you're hoping for.
> I've put a lot of work in trying to accomplish just that.
> However, it's not as easy as one might think. I might have failed at
> If you're willing to take a look at win32gui, I'd welcome all
feedback you or anyone
> else might have. You also can email me privately (john at torjo dot com).
OK, I read your article in CUJ, the library looks really interesting but
I need to take
a closer look at it to be more specific.
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