|Subject:||Re: a c++11 wrapper for gnustep libraries|
|Date:||Fri, 4 Jun 2021 22:18:49 +0200|
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Viceversa, it makes no sense for GNUstep to target WX, since it is already highly portable at all levels.Except for existing C++ applications using wxWidgets. Nobody can easily port them to GNUstep.
sorry, but I still don't get the use-case of having wxCocoa just
plain on GNUstep without more.
If you have a wx program written in C++ you can already port it to Windows, Cocoa and Unix/X11.
If you have an Obj-C AppKit program you can use it either directly on Mac or with GNUstep on Windows and Unix/X11
So what would you gain with having wxCocoa on GNUstep if you want to expose only the wx C++ interface? I still think nothing... there are no more targets GNUstep has which wx doesn't have.
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