English version
Accueil     À propos     Téléchargement     Ressources     Contactez-nous    

Ce site est rarement mis à jour. Pour les informations les plus récentes, rendez-vous sur le nouveau site OCaml à l'adresse ocaml.org.

Browse thread
[Caml-list] graphical variant editor widget generator
[ Home ] [ Index: by date | by threads ]
[ Search: ]

[ Message by date: previous | next ] [ Message in thread: previous | next ] [ Thread: previous | next ]
Date: 2001-12-16 (13:19)
From: Warp <warplayer@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] graphical variant editor widget generator
> On Sat, Dec 15, 2001 at 03:33:38PM -0500, Jeff Henrikson wrote:
> > I am thinking that rather than building a bunch of custom GUI behavior
for my application, it might be nice to have a tool which
> > could parse a ocaml datatype of nested variants/records, and generate a
custom graphical tree/graph editor widget for it.  Then I
> > could get my app-specific behavior for cheap, with a UI contract that
would make my style self-consistent whether I liked it or
> > not.  Has anyone done anything similar?
> I have proposed such a a thing as a maitrise TER project, but it seems
none of
> the student choose it.
> It is a very nice idea, and it could be used, not only for
> datatypes, but one could also use the functional types to drive different
> of user feedback automatically, i am doing something such in a project i
> working on for my phd, but with a custom lambda-calculus evaluator.
> This requires access to the type of an object, something which is not
> available in ocaml, so you would need an external tool, which parses your
> program and generate the correct interface.
> I would gladly participate in any project who aims at producing such a
> or even just for discution on this subject.
> Friendly,

Stupid students :) They don't know what's good :)

I'll too enjoy to discuss on this subject, because i've work a little on it.
My technology is called XObjects and is a way to create and init C++ Classes
Instances from an XML Document. I'm done with the Core and it works great.
Now you got an API so that you can write your own XObjects and dynamicly
link them.
... but i don't know if it's the better place to talk about that !


Bug reports: http://caml.inria.fr/bin/caml-bugs  FAQ: http://caml.inria.fr/FAQ/
To unsubscribe, mail caml-list-request@inria.fr  Archives: http://caml.inria.fr