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From: Dario Teixeira <darioteixeira@y...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] A labltk book?
> you have to go via C so it's much work and the available tools to do the 
> automagically aren't good enaugh to do it  (ok, there is swig, but I don't 
> like  the way the binding is generated).
> There exists the smoke project, it a lib to interface qt and python or ruby 
> use it to bind to qt (and the next perl qt will also you smoke). Maybe that'a

I reckon that native bindings might therefore prove nearly impossible!
Two alternate routes have occurred to me though.  The first involves
the Ocaml-Java project and Qt-Jambi bindings (basically Qt on the JVM):

The second route involves the OCamIL project (OCaml on .NET) and
the Qyoto/Kimono bindings (Qt/KDE bindings for .NET):

We've seen recent annoucements concerning the Ocaml-Java project,
so I reckon this route might already be feasible or will be so in
the near future.  As for route #2, I don't know the current status
of OCamIL, so it's hard to say.

Has anyone given any of these routes a try?  Perhaps the developers
of Ocaml-Java or OCamIL would like to share their thoughts?


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