Re: [gtk-list] gtk from file ?
- From: Didimo Emilio Grimaldo Tunon <emilio_tunon nl compuware com>
- To: gtk-list redhat com
- Subject: Re: [gtk-list] gtk from file ?
- Date: Mon, 13 Jul 1998 09:48:08 +0200 (METDST)
> Andreas Jellinghaus wrote:
> >what about writing a routine that can read a file and create the widgets and
> >set the callbacks during runtime ? speed isn't a big issue, as e.g. the main
I would like to write a gtksh application that would do just that, same
like wish (Tcl/Tk) only better :) Tcl is such a sloppy language and I
grew tired of it. For now I am just writing GTK apps.
> FormsVBT from Digital SRC was based on a Lisp like language that lets
> you define widget hierarchies to be loaded at runtime by your app. No
> need to compile them, they're text (.fv) files:
> (Rim (Pen 10) (Font (WeightName "Bold"))
Yuck! I hate lisp, it's like vomiting parenthesis I don't know how
people can call that 'style'.
D. Emilio Grimaldo Tunon Compuware Europe B.V. (Uniface Lab)
Software Engineer Amsterdam, The Netherlands
email@example.com Tel. +31 (0)20 3116 200 ext. 413
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