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Re: [sc-dev] [win32] discard SCSpawn?



No Java please.
Qt doesnt sound that bad but we have nothing.
I vote for finishing and writing extensions to the platforms we already have.
SCUM is excellent.
perhaps a few widgets to code, a few class adaptors and we have a
trusty cross platform solution.
one that is not running inside a virtual machine.

x


On 12/12/05, Julian Rohrhuber <rohrhuber@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >On 12/12/05, Scott Wilson <sdwilson@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >>  Correct me if I'm wrong, but don't both SCUM and SwingOSC already run
> >>  on all 3 platforms? GUI solutions are multiplying like rabbits.
> >>  Wouldn't it be best at this point to work on coming up with a common
> >>  class interface for GUIs regardless of what's under the hood?
> >
> >Quite agree. I would love for the GUI code in my library to work on
> >Linux and Windows, but I'm not going to spawn new versions every time
> >somebody gets a nifty idea for a new graphics platform. I'm
> >disorganized enough maintaining the one version as it is!
> >
> >My vote is for SwingOSC (with loopback for security) since it would
> >(in theory) involve the fewest changes. I could keep my lib in a Mac
> >version and use a simple sed or awk script to manufacture a SwingOSC
> >version.
>
>
> I once had started to make an event type \gui that tries to be an
> abstract GUI description which then can be filled in. It is just a
> sketch though, maybe it helps anyway.
>
>
>
>
>
>
> (
> x = (
>                 bounds: { Rect(~left, ~top, ~x, ~y) },
>                 windowbounds: { Rect(10, 250, 305, 200) },
>                 gap: Point(4,4),
>                 margin: Point(4,4),
>                 left:10, top:10, x: 200, y: 30,
>                 name: "Untitled",
>                 resizable: true,
>                 border: true,
>                 background: Color.white,
>                 target: nil,
>                 states: [["state1", Color.black, Color.clear],
> ["state2", Color.blue, Color.clear]],
>                 types: (
>                         window: #{
>                                 ~window = SCWindow(~name,
> ~windowbounds.value, ~resizable, ~border).front;
>                                 ~window.view.background = ~background;
>                                  ~target = ~window.view;
>                         },
>                         composite: #{ SCCompositeView(~target,
> ~bounds.value).background_(~background) },
>                         makeComposite: #{ |e| ~target = e[\composite].value },
>                         makeDecorator: #{ |e|
>                                 ~window.view.decorator = ~decorator =
> e[\decorator].value.postln;
>                         },
>                         slider: #{ SCSlider(~target,
> ~bounds.value).background_(~background) },
>                         button: #{ SCButton(~target,
> ~bounds.value).states_(~states).background_(~background) },
>                         decorator: #{ FlowLayout(~window.view.bounds,
> ~margin, ~gap) }
>                 )
>
> );
>
> );
>
>
> (
> y = ().parent_(x);
> y.use {
>         ~types[\window].value;
>         ~types.makeDecorator;
>         ~types[\slider].value;
>         ~background = Color.rand;
> //      ~types.makeComposite;
>         ~types[\button].value;
>         ~types[\slider].value;
>         ~types[\button].value;
>         ~types[\slider].value;
> }
> )
> --
>
>
>
>
>
> .
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