[sword-devel] .Net/C# and Sword

Greg Hellings greg.hellings at gmail.com
Thu Jan 19 09:24:44 MST 2006

My bad - yes, the GRE is the Gecko Rendering Engine.  And I mis-typed.  I
intended to point out that Bible*study* already has support for using Gecko
with the wxMozilla library.  Therefore, Jason's attempt to rewrite
Biblestudy into .NET might take an advantage from a .NET wrapping of that
library.  Gecko# was the quickest example of it that I could find, though I
don't know how available it is or what its license is.  Sorry for the


On 1/19/06, David Blue (Mailing List Addy) <davidslists at gmx.net> wrote:
> On Wednesday 18 January 2006 22:35, Greg Hellings wrote:
> > Since Bibletime is
> > already using the GRE, might you be able to leverage someone else's work
> to
> > control the GRE from .NET/C#?
> I assume that GRE is something to do with the gecko rendering engine. If
> so,
> bibletime doesn't use that. Bibletime uses the khtml engine. Same engine
> that
> safari, and nokia phones use. It was developed for the Konqueror web
> browser
> for KDE and is to my knowledge the only rendering engine that passes the
> acid2 test.
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