Basile,

Nice work, I don't know when I'll get a chance to try it, but I like
the model. I've been thinking as of late, if you can have web servers
why not GUI widget servers? Guess I now know the answer. You can.

So when do we get the 'drag-n-drop' forms. ;^)

Cheers,

  --Alan

Basile STARYNKEVITCH <basile-news / starynkevitch.net> wrote in message news:<q5rsmnaok63.fsf / hector.lesours>...
> Dear All,
> 
> This is to announce availability of Guis-1.4 (opensource under GPL)
> 
> 
> Guis widget server is a Gtk2 widget server. It listens on pipes for
> widget requests (in the Python or Ruby scripting languages), and emit
> replies or events in textual lines (e.g. Lispy, XML or plain token
> syntax). 
> 
> Actually, there are 2 different programs: ruguis is Guis for Ruby and
> pyguis is Guis for Python, sharing some common source code.
> 
> See http://freshmeat.net/projects/guis/ and
> http://www.starynkevitch.net/Basile/guisdoc.html and download
> http://www.starynkevitch.net/Basile/guis-1.4.tar.gz a 518832 byte
> gnuzipped source tarball of md5sum 5b5e5666a0b878adb170c626b44b5f87
> 
> Guis uses the PyGTK binding for Python to GTK2 and the ruby-gnome2
> binding for Ruby to GTK2.
> 
> Changlog since 1.3
>   * bug fixes, notably fixed coredump when shrinking read buffer 
>   * trace window use char wrap
>   * logfile ability
>   * support for Python2.2 & 2.3 and for Ruby1.8
>   * better support for gtk main loop inside & outside initial script
> 
> I'm CC-ing the PyGTK and rubygnome2 mailing lists
> 
> I'll be delighted by feedback!