Re: Displaying simple HTML in gtkmm app (got it!)

On Thu, 2005-04-21 at 13:51 -0600, John Taber wrote:
> On Thursday 21 April 2005 12:11, Murray Cumming wrote:
> > You should use gmmproc, like the existing *mm projects. But I think
> > gtkmozembedmm is a more sensible way to embed HTML. People are trying to
> > move from gtkhtml to gecko.
> Except as I read it, mozembed is gpl not lgpl,

Mozilla is under the Mozilla Public License. I think that's LGPL-like,
but please see for details.

This is not an invitaion to have a big uninformed licensing thread.

>  also it's much bigger since 
> it's a whole browser.

It's also on every linux distro.

>    Originally I thought gtkhtml offered a simple way to 
> display html help and reports, but it now does not seem so and now I'm 
> thinking the optimum way is to shell out to user's native browser.  Then they 
> are always working in what they are used to and we have the full use of CSS, 
> SVG, etc.  But that I guess is OS and window manager specific, maybe quite 
> messy?

It's easy with gnome-vfs, and I'm doing the same with Glom.

Murray Cumming
murrayc murrayc com

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