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Re: SimplyGNUstep (Prometheus)


From: MJ Ray
Subject: Re: SimplyGNUstep (Prometheus)
Date: Tue, 31 Dec 2002 23:21:04 GMT
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address@hidden <address@hidden> wrote:
> Why ? WindowMaker is very simple to configure (with its own GUI tool for 
> that), and the way it handles windows is the NeXT way..
[...]
> IWM isn't ready for daily use...

The largest single problem is that WindowMaker is currently part of GNUstep
in name only, really, not being ObjC or using any GNUstep libs.  IWM doesn't
seem that far from working, although I would be far happier making that
statement if it were better documented so new coders had an easier time
helping it.  As long as talented programmers aren't hacking IWM, it's never
going to become ready for daily use and WMaker remains the offical WM
despite not being really GNUstep beside looks.  Therefore, talented
programmers suggest hacking WMaker rather than IWM and round it all goes. 
:-(
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On Wednesday, January 1, 2003, at 07:47 AM, Fabien VALLON wrote:

>> or only command-line tools? Are there native Windows apps to design 
>> GNUstep
>> user interfaces? Can Mac Interface Builder NIB's be converted to be
>> GNUstep compatible?
>
> No nibs are propriatory and the format doesn't allow this things.
>

Not true. You can use nib2gmodel to translate nibs, although the 
translation isn't always perfect.




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