Re: [gtk-list] Re: Q's: Animation & GTK Markup Language
- From: Daniel Egger t-online de (Daniel Egger)
- To: gtk-list redhat com
- Subject: Re: [gtk-list] Re: Q's: Animation & GTK Markup Language
- Date: Fri, 10 Apr 1998 14:39:50 +0000
On Thu, 09 Apr 1998, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Datatypes is one
that springs to mind...
Datatypes aren't that useful at all.... they tend to identify files wrong...
But you are right: the idea behing it is rather genius...
> and an os that can have most or even
> all of
itslef completely patch and replaced withotu recompilation..
No, I had big problems because the only way to replace essential
things (like exec.library, graphics.library) was to replace the ROM.
ROM cost money and you have a big chance that they don't work
either (upgrading the ROM caused my weird HD-Controller not to
get detected and thus used anymore :(( )
> lots of
shared libraries and decent support for them
That's a rather great thing....
> decent file requester
asl is a very odd thing..... but the possibilty of patching the
pointers to it and so use any other library instead is
one of the most beloved features.....
> decet gadet/widget libs (MUI springs to mind,then ClassAct and
Wurgs... MUI is such a big scrap I can't describe in a few words.....
>.. plus a really slick filemanager, and windowing system... :)
>All I want is my wondefful aMigaOs
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