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From: Nicolas Cannasse <warplayer@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] frozen home page && wxwindows
> > Actually under Windows there is the OCaml Win32 API which is pretty much
> > low-level for programming GUIs , so I wrote Osiris which is a simple
> > framework for using GUIs with OCaml. Right know Osiris is only working
> > native Win32 components, but a port of Osiris under LablGTK is on the
> > As soon it's done, the community will have a cross-platform gui simple
> > toolkit available.
> >
> > An old version of Osiris is available at
> Is there a newer version? The version for download is quite incomplete.

The current version is only fixing some little bugs but will need further
modifications in order to get the same "look" under Win32 API and GTK,
that's why it has not been released yet and will only be release at the same
time as Osiris-GTK . As for components support, only the basics ones
(already included in Osiris) will be included.

> What are your plans for this? I'm writing an application which needs a
> GUI interface. The GUI interface is very simple - just a menubar, a
> couple of dialogs. But crucially it requires a "canvas" widget - ie. a
> drawing area with suitable primitives (lines, circles, elipses,
> rectangles, etc.)

I have no plans for adding such a component.
Actually the GDI (for drawing operations) is not yet interfaced under the
Win32 API , and this would require quite a big work.

Nicolas Cannasse

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