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From: Vitaly Lugovsky <vsl@o...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Kylix and OCaml
On Mon, 19 Nov 2001, Christophe Raffalli wrote:

> A friend of mine showed me Kylix (see Borland's home page:
> It looks great to create 
> user interfaces.

 It is an illusion. Don't believe your eyes. Tools like Delphi/Kylix/...
will not help you at all - it's much faster to write an UI in Tk by hands
then using such a WYSIWIG.

 But, if you want WYSIWIG GUI tool, just use Glade - it produces a 
portable XML representation for GUI dialogs, and, I belive, it'll be 
pretty easy to use it from Caml.

> So using CamlIDL, it should be easy to make Kylix use our favorite language and
> get interfaces (portable under both Linux and Windows) in no time ?

 Why do you want such a havy and thick GUI layer? GUI is for scripts!
Use Wish, it's portable. Much more portable, then Bugland tools.

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