[sword-devel] Collaboration efforts for a front end

Brook Humphrey sword-devel@crosswire.org
Sat, 14 Dec 2002 16:43:16 -0800

On Friday 13 December 2002 02:28 pm, Matthew Donadio wrote:
> Brian Yoon wrote:
> > 1) Has anyone considered using a cross-platform toolkit like wxWindows
> > for this project so that we all can work on the same code, be able to
> > compile on different platforms, and still maintain the look and feel of
> > each respective OS?  wxWindows is great and this would allow all of us
> > to contribute to the same project.  This would eliminate the need to
> > re-invent the wheel for each OS.  Therefore, instead of working on just
> > an OS X port, we could port the existing front-end to wxWindows and then
> > use it on all platforms.
> Do wxWindows applications behave nicely with the environment that they
> are running under?  I think the reason for BibleTime and GnomeSword both
> existing is that they are specifically deigned for KDE and Gnome,
> respecitevely.
A good example of the is audacity. It's a project on sourceforge and uses 
wxwindows. It runs on linux windows and macos. and it looks the same on all 
of them. I might add it works well as  Iuse it for allot of my audio needs.
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