Re: Glade vs Hand code
- From: "Melvin Newman" <zexelon gmail com>
- To: gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Glade vs Hand code
- Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2007 14:57:47 -0400
Generally I have found that for data driven applications, GTK as a whole is very painfull to use (this is my opinion based on my first project using GTK as an interface to a control system).
I have found that Glade was an indispensiable tool in making my life easier when putting together this control system. If you want/have to use GTK i would promote the use of Glade along with libglade.
On 3/20/07, David Nečas (Yeti) <yeti physics muni cz> wrote:
On Tue, Mar 20, 2007 at 10:39:08AM +0100, Michael Ott wrote:
> > I rebuild and resell instruments used in laboratories. I am presently trying
> > to build an open source PyGtk application to communicate and process data
> > from these instruments. I am hoping to charge a small fee for the
> > application from which I could then use to pay more talented people to
> > improve its quality.
> > So my question is:
> > If I want other people to be able to contribute code to my application is it
> > better to have the application built with the help of Glade or should I hand
> > code the application?
> > I am just trying to build a firm foundation through hand-coding right now
> > but Glade seems to be everywhere. I am not sure if anyone hand codes medium
> > sized applications, would it be crazy to do so?
> I normally use Glade for my GUI stuff. But when I need a dialog I often
> create it by hand.
> Great things -> Glade
> small things -> by hand
So, an opposite opinion:
simple-minded, static interface => glade is good
complex, dynamic, data-driven => glade is an obstacle
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