May 31, 2005
On Tue, 31 May 2005 15:46:49 -0700, Andrew Fedoniouk wrote:

> "Derek Parnell" <derek@psych.ward> wrote in message news:1gn1fmonnlgkr$.ea5af7p59l9c$.dlg@40tude.net...
>> On Mon, 30 May 2005 20:51:11 -0700, Andrew Fedoniouk wrote:
>>
>>> IMHO, D already has everything for successfull GUI implementations.
>>> And I cannot recall any programming language which has UI specific
>>> features.
>>> What are they, BTW?
>>
>> Various forms of BASIC, COBOL, Logo.
> 
> Probably I missed something...
> Derek, are you speaking about language constructions or
> about runtimes?
> 
> I suppose question was about laguage features....

I was thinking of language features, that is, keywords recognised by the compiler that specifically dealt with User Interface programming.

I can also add the Progress 4GL with that list too, which is a language that I still use.

-- 
Derek
Melbourne, Australia
1/06/2005 9:30:10 AM
June 02, 2005
> I will be off looking for another language to stand behind.
> Please wish me luck in finding one that is as worthy as I feel D is.
> To anyone who feels as I do, I wish you luck also in finding something
> worthy of your time.
> To those who feel that stagnation is better than progress... I wish you
> peace.

TechnoZeus  be reasonable!

Which one of the dozen or so different GUI interface libraries should be included in the D language? http://www.wikiservice.at/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?AvailableGuiLibraries

If any one of them should be "chosen" the others GUI authors would loose drive and enthusiasm, development would halt while now we have a healthy competition that benefits all.

My choice would be DFL that is on the verge of becoming 1.0. Harmonia is a very interesting project with a revolutionary concept. Enjoy!


June 02, 2005
Rolf Tollerud wrote:

> TechnoZeus  be reasonable!
> 
> Which one of the dozen or so different GUI interface libraries should be included in the D language?

He didn't want a library, he wanted the language changed...

But didn't elaborate too much on the concept before he left.

--anders
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