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From: Richard Jones <rich@a...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] WxWidgets?
On Thu, Sep 16, 2004 at 10:29:09PM +0100, chris.danx wrote:
> How was that?  Choosing WxWidgets instead of Gtk+ was an option I was 
> evaluating (not keen on using gtk+ at all really, it's my least 
> favourite gui toolkit).  I might stick with Gtk+ though!  It's not like 
> it's a commercial application, it's just for fun and going with Gtk 
> means it will actually be completed.

Because we didn't want to put in the effort to do a native WxWindows
port, and the Perl/Python options would have been too slow and clunky.

> Thankfully it's a Tetris clone.  No dialogs required. :)

That could be a problem.  Check that WxWindows supports a sufficiently
advanced canvas.  It didn't when we were looking at it - we needed the
complex canvas support in Gtk for the real-time updating graphs we
were producing.

Rich.

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