From: Chris Fairles (chris.fairles_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-22 11:50:32
Adobe has a "property model" and a "layout model" library (Adam and
Eve) which might serve as a starting point and they already have a
carbon interface and something for windows (no gtk/qt/wx so far as i
Not sure if its useful to build from or contribute to but its out there.
On 10/22/07, Marc Mutz <marc_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> On Sunday October 21 2007 13:53, Bjørn Roald wrote:
> > Maybe if someone came up with a real, far from perfect, but decent
> > proposal, 11 out of 10 would turn out to be fairly forgiving for a
> > not-so-perfect-in-my-eyes design. As pointed out, it is about time
> > something gets moving toward standardization on GUI. Boost.GUI would be
> > a good start.
> I think the Java example has shown very nicely that you can't standardize GUIs
> even if the language is controlled by a single company. And the needs of the
> C++ community are much more diverse than those of the Java community.
> Personally, I'm certain that no standardization effort is going to be wasted
> on something like GUIs for _a very long time_ to come :)
> Marc Mutz - marc_at_[hidden], mutz_at_[hidden] - Klarälvdalens Datakonsult AB
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