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- Subject: Re: GTK Binding
- From: "Martin Kendall" <martinkendall@...>
- Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 10:41:15 -0000
I love the idea of using IUP - It fits so well with the lua philosophy,
however it doesn't seem to have a grid control (Multiple rows like a list, b
ut with multiple columns).
I think that is the only stopper for me.
"Vadim Macagon" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Hello,
> > I need a simple scripting language with GUI support that gives me the
> > ability to create simple programs. I think I found it with lua but it
> > lacks the GUI support. I also checked tcl/tk but I the coding style is
> > not as simple as in lua and the gui looks totally ugly. There are now 3
> > possibilities for me:
> > 1. I download the gtk bindings for lua or
> > 2. I develop the gtk bindings for lua or
> > 3. A combination of the above points
> > I already checked wxLUA but I don't like the footprint of it and its
> > still more complicated than needed. The main goal should be a GUI
> > integration which is as simple as in TCL/Tk. And the world domination
> > target would be lua/gtk as linux scripting language number #1 for the
> > non-coders and power-users like it is applescript on MacOS X.
> > Now the question: Which point do I have to choose? 1, 2 or 3?
> Have you considered IUP? http://www.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/iup/index.html