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Re: GTK Cocoa ?

From: Jakob Kemi
Subject: Re: GTK Cocoa ?
Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2005 19:57:39 +0000 (UTC)
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CM <c.mench <at> adilinstruments.com> writes:

> In fact I dreamed of the the opposite...
> Having Gnustep using GTK as a 'back-end'
> (in fact it whould be a gnustep-gui modification)
> I would like using NSxx classes and ObjC on
> what I consider now as the native toolkit of linuxes...
> I don't know if anybody understand the approach,
> but a multuiple time in this list it was considered
> that GNUStep should embrace the look of the platform
> it runs on. I understand that with Camelon theme we
> can approch it, but using the platform native thing
> is better...

Perhaps you are then interested to know that I've been working on a
Objective-C wrapper for Gtk2 which I've released today.

It's actually rather complete in it's wrapping, the most important feature
it lacks is easy subclassing of GObjects.
I would be glad to hear any input (from you, or anybody else on the list)
on it and suggestions for improvements:


        Jakob Kemi

> "Nicolas Roard" <nicolas <at> roard.com> wrote in message
> news:mailman.828.1112320417.28103.discuss-gnustep <at> gnu.org...
> > Any of you heard about that project ?
> >
> > http://gtk-cocoa.sourceforge.net/
> >
> > -- 
> > Nicolas Roard
> > "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."
> >   -Arthur C. Clarke
> >
> >
> >

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