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Fri, 26 Sep 2003 12:28:20 -0400
It is possible, but it's not easy; I'm in the middle of moving an app
to Linux from OSX. I suspect if you start with the intention to build
XPLatform it will help; I'd use renaissance which walks you through
creating a xPlatform app pretty well.
Otherwise you'll need to create a separate interface with GORM on
linux (if you start with osx). It's not quite as complete as
interface builder, though getting there! This has the advantage of a
lot of control. I know that when I started redesigning the menus I
concluded that for the Linux platform I wanted things slightly
I also found the widget set to be slightly different. Small buttons
for instance aren't supported (at least in Gorm).
You'll also find some methods missing... Toolbars seem to work differently.
Again, if I were starting from scratch I'd use Renaissance. (BTW: How
is development coming on GUI tools for Renaissance?)
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