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Re: About porting to Qt.

From: jose maria gomez
Subject: Re: About porting to Qt.
Date: Sat, 3 May 2008 21:07:00 +0200
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On Friday 02 May 2008 05:37:13 pm Wells, John - FS wrote:
> Hello Maria,
> Congratulations on your success at taking the reins of DDD.  I, of
> course, do not know you and I do not your background.  I have abandon
> ddd and started using gps for several reasons and I thought you might
> like know those reasons.   We use gdb.  It is the only debugger on our
> system and the only one we know of that is relatively robust and free.

Thanks a lot. I would like to do the very best on DDD.  Thanks for share this 
useful feedback about DDD. This will taken into account, or at least I will 
try to. I am not an expert but I will put all my effort to put DDD on step 

> 1.  I could not find out how to establish a working directory using ddd
> and gdb.  By this I mean even if I chose the Change Working Directory
> feature on the file menu and if I set the preferences on the Edit menu
> so that the source and object files were correct, gdb did not look there
> for most of my files.
> 2.  I need more of an Interactive Development Environment and not just a
> debugger.  I could not see how ddd provided that service.  Where gps is
> an IDE.  Gps is very straight forward and obvious.
> Good Luck,
Thanks a lot.
> John Wells
> GIS Analyst/Software Engineer
> MAPSS Team
> PNW Forest Science Lab
> Corvallis, Oregon
> 541-750-7436
> -----Original Message-----
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> jose maria gomez
> Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2008 6:19 AM
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: About porting to Qt.
> Hello, I am Jose Maria, the new offcial maintainer of DDD package. I am
> still
> having a look to the source and thinking about what could be the betters
> plans for DDD and which could be the better way to do it.
> One of the things I would like to do is to port DDD to Qt gui libraries.
> Anyway, this is not trivial. First of all, DDD need a lot of work to
> decouple
> GUI from "logic".
> I will inform all of you as soon as posible about the plans. Everybody
> can
> help of course and your feedback is very important.
> The application is in C, so i would like to rewrite most of them to
> moderm C++
> and put QT over all. At the same time I think that a good pluggin system
> could be really useful in this case.
> Thanks a lot.
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