Fri, 12 Jul 2002 10:57:07 -0500
I downloaded wxwindows and installed it. I have read a couple of articles on
programming in wxwindows and it I believe I understand the basic concepts.
However, I do not see anywhere to write code or compile. There is a dialog
editor that comes with it but that is about it. I am use to Visual C++ 6.0,
VB, etc with IDE's. How does one actually get started programming with this.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel Glassey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "Jeff Collett" <email@example.com>
Sent: July 05, 2002 12:54 PM
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] >:O
> Hi Jeff,
> Sorry also for the late answer. I'm here, and also hang around #sword on
> from time to time.
> A good thing to start with would be to download wxWindows and have a look
at some of the
> samples. www.wxwindows.org which'll show some things it can do. We'll
develop from the
> development snapshot 2.3.2
> I need to rush, but I'll try and work out what comes next later if you are
> On 5 Jul 2002 at 12:28, Sven Vollbehr sent forth the message:
> > Hey!
> > Sorry for the late answer. I've been buzy with preparing to the army.
> > First of all I need your sourceforge login so that I can add you to the
> > project (you get the CVS access + more). Secondly you might wish to read
> > the documentation (available at www.spatha.org). It helps you to fully
> > understand the project. Then you may just start coding any part you
> > Daniel Glassey will lead the project so if you have any practical
> > question like how to do something, contact him (danglassey at ntlworld
> > dot com). For the next couple of days I will answer my email as well,
> > but after monday I'm gone. Dunno if they have an internet connection at
> > the army.
> > Sirenly,
> > Sven
> > Jeff Collett wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > > So how does one go about getting involved in this work? How do I get
> > > contact with Daniel and where are the specs?
> > > Thanks
> > > Jeff Collett