April 10
I recently worked on an application using the eclipse4 application model.  It includes an extension/rework of the swt layout features.  The layout is tied to an emf model.  It supports some nice features, such as ...
1. Persistence/recall of multi-window/ multi-monitor layouts
2. Simple runtime replication/duplication of complex layouts by duplicating snippets of the model.
3. Hierarchical gui event notifications, so that, for example, replicated layouts have their own local contexts for gui events.
4. Sharing of visual layout parts and their associated classes among multiple "perspective" layouts.


Is there a D gui framework that already provides a similar level of layout/replication capabilities?



April 11
On 2017-04-10 21:40, Jay Norwood wrote:
> I recently worked on an application using the eclipse4 application
> model.  It includes an extension/rework of the swt layout features.  The
> layout is tied to an emf model.  It supports some nice features, such as
> ...
> 1. Persistence/recall of multi-window/ multi-monitor layouts
> 2. Simple runtime replication/duplication of complex layouts by
> duplicating snippets of the model.
> 3. Hierarchical gui event notifications, so that, for example,
> replicated layouts have their own local contexts for gui events.
> 4. Sharing of visual layout parts and their associated classes among
> multiple "perspective" layouts.
>
>
> Is there a D gui framework that already provides a similar level of
> layout/replication capabilities?

No, not that I'm aware of. Bug you might want to ask in the "learn" newsgroup/forum to get some more visibility of your post. I know that there are other GUI framework.

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/Jacob Carlborg