Brian Wisti (brian / coolnamehere.com) wrote:

> At 01:42 AM 6/27/2003 +0900, you wrote:
> >Now, as for how I would compare WxWindows with Gnome:
> >
> >I like Gnome very much, but it is still a very Linux-centric (or at
> >least Unix-centric) toolkit.  WxWindows is multiplantform, but the neat
> >thing about it is that it uses the native toolkit in each platform.  So,
> >under Linux it uses Gnome, and under Windows it uses the Win32 API.
> >
> >So, in a sense, by using WxWindows I'm not really giving up Gnome, but I
> >am getting platform independence.
> 
> Yes, wx provides a much greater level of platform independence.  Since it 
> relies on native toolkits, it is just about the only toolkit that I can use 
> unmodified on OS X, Linux, and Windows.  That's a big deal to me :-)

Thank you for Your replies.

It looks like we'll soon need to start taking look at WxWindows documentation :-)

Sincerely,
Gour

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