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Fri, 25 Mar 2005 07:09:16 +0800
As soon as I get the time, I want to start looking at the GUI again.
I want to keep the GUI a seperate animal from the command line version
of PSPP. However, at the same time, I want to avoid duplicating code
and/or making wrappers around absolutely everything.
What do people think about using glibc in PSPP? It adds another
dependency. However, as well as making GUI integration easier, it
provides a lot of wheels which PSPP has been trying to reinvent ---
eg: lexer/scanner, time/date functions, hash functions, random
number generators, linked lists, string manipulators, portability
utilities etc, etc... Also, it provides a "standard" framework for
Anyone got any comments on this?
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- glibc ?,
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