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From: Dom. Orchard <riftor@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] compiling wxocaml (and wxhaskell)

I have been trying to do this too and have finally managed to get wxHaskell
0.9.4 working with wxWidgets 2.8.0.

My guide + code to do it can be found here:
http://riftor.g615.co.uk/content.php?view=53&type=2

I hope that it works for you too, it should do! Let me know if you have any
problems,

Dominic Orchard


Quôc Peyrot wrote:
> 
> Hello,
> 
> I was trying to find a good portable GUI library for my ocaml projects.
> A natural choice seemed to be wxwindows/wxWidgets since I wanted
> to have a native look'n feel and QT doesn't have any bindings in OCaml
> (to my despair... anyone working on QT bindings?)
> 
> Unfortunately wxocaml depends on wxc (found in wxhaskell) which seems
> to be outdated. I was wondering if anyone had any luck making it work
> with wxWidgets 2.8.
> 
> I already fixed a couple of compilation warnings/errors, but it seems  
> to be
> a never ending process and I'm not familiar at all with these  
> libraries, so
> I'm pretty much fixing the compilation errors randomly.
> 
> I guess I could use wxWidgets 2.5.4 as advised on wxhaskell's website  
> for
> Mac OS, but this version is almost 2 years old.
> 
> Any help appreciated,
> 
> -- 
> Best Regards,
> Quôc
> 
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