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Tue, 03 Sep 2002 23:25:04 -0400
This is something i have been wondering about also. To start off, I would
like to say that I know nothing about GUIs in windows or unix. i mean i know
what window.forms is and i know what gtk# and qt# is. from my understanding,
win.forms is the c# GUI lib in windows. i thought gtk# and qt# were just
wrappers for those classes so if they are in place, everything will just
work in the manner juhani described. what am i missing? what is all this
talk about using GDK and the System.Drawing API? and wxWindows? and wrapping
MFC into Windows.Forms?
thx for the newbie help =)
On 9/3/02 8:24 PM, "Rhys Weatherley" <address@hidden> wrote:
> Juhani Honkala wrote:
>> A gtk# might be a good alternative and it's good to have different options
>> in GUI development, but I really think that DotGNU should suppport
>> Windows.Forms. Most developers will do GUI using it and therefore
>> it'd enable may programs to run on the systems supported by DotGNU as
>> would not be otherwise possible.
> As has been stated before, we will be using Mono's implementation
> of high-level C# libraries, including Windows.Forms. They are
> actively working on it at present.
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