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Date: 2003-05-28 (09:38)
From: henridf@l...
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] GUI toolkit advice
I recently asked a similar question and got some helpful replies, see and followups.

2 months later, having coded my GUI using lablgtk, i would say the 

On the one hand, lablgtk has many features and works great. 
On the other hand, to get something good out of it you do need to invest 
quite some effort. Mostly due to lack of documentation, it's not just a 
matter of writing code to an API, 
because I found myself having to go and inspect the code pretty often to 
figure out how to use this or that. Also, though my UI was relatively 
straightforward I stumbled across 2 pretty trivial bugs, which gave me the 
impression that lots of the code has not been very well exercised yet. 


> Hi
> I was looking around the O'Caml website and surrounding sites for gui 
> toolkits. I'm interested in a platform independent (windows or linux) 
> toolkit. The bindings I've come across so far are LablGTK and a binding 
> for tk. Are there any other gui toolkits? What would you use if you 
> wanted to write an app with a gui that could run no linux or windows?
> thanks

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