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Re: Cross Platform GNUStep GUI with Native Look-And-Feel


From: aditya siram
Subject: Re: Cross Platform GNUStep GUI with Native Look-And-Feel
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2011 09:29:00 -0500

Hi Riccardo,
Thanks so much for the examples, they really help. About the GTK
theme, while it may not be complete is it in some usable state? If so
could you point me to it?

-deech

On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 1:53 AM, Riccardo Mottola
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> aditya siram wrote:
>>
>> Thank you all for the information. Is there currently an open-source
>> application created with GnuStep that runs with a native look-and-feel
>> on Windows, Linux and Mac? It would be nice if there were some
>> reference point.
>>
>
> First of all: Linux doesn't have a native look-and-feel at all... For me,
> Linux or BSD means GNUstep. Many people use GNOME and this is why there is a
> GTK/Gnome theme in the works, but using GNUstep on Linux is 100% native.
>
> Said that, I work on several applications which run both on GNUstep and on
> Mac natively compiled on both. Some of them were even GNUstep applications
> ported from GNUstep to Mac!
> Several of them work on Windows too, also with the native windows theme, but
> not all (or not yet because I didn't port them: mingw doesn't provide a full
> POSIX environment, so adjustment to the code may be necessary).
>
> For a reference and many Screenshots check out my own blog,
> http://multixden.blogspot.com/ and the GNUstep Application Project.
>
> My first Cocoa+GNUstep application was and still is PRICE,
> http://price.sf.net : since release 0.2 it has been designed to work on both
> evnironments.
>
> So do LaternaMagica, FTP, Vespucci, DataBasin, Graphos and many others.
>
> Graphos started on GNUstep and has been perfectly ported, you may check some
> screenshots here:
> http://gap.nongnu.org/graphos/index.html#screenshots
>
> Grr, the RSS reader, was a GNUstep app ported too:
> here on GNUstep:
> http://gap.nongnu.org/grr/index.html
>
> and here natively on windows with one of the first working native theme
> bundles:
> http://multixden.blogspot.com/2010/02/grr-working-on-windows.html
>
> You may notice the native window decorations and the native menus. I don't
> have a Mac screenshot at hand, but it works and I also provide a binary.
>
> The Game GShisen runs everywhere too:
> Check yourself here:
> http://gap.nongnu.org/gshisen/index.html
>
> So you see, it has been done before, it works and there are many degrees of
> freedom and customization.
>
> Cheers.
>   Riccardo
>



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