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reply Lester Martin <Lester ewam-associates.com> writes:
I just would like to know is there any update on the graphics package tango had
release quite some time ago.
Sep 22 2007
parent reply Mike Parker <aldacron71 yahoo.com> writes:
Lester Martin wrote:
 I just would like to know is there any update on the graphics package tango
had release quite some time ago.

It wasn't released, just announced that it was in development. And it still is. You should hear more about it after the new year.
Sep 22 2007
next sibling parent reply Lester Martin <Lester ewam-associates.com> writes:
Ok.  I just was wandering because all the GUI libraries I have downloaded seem
very tango uncooperative.  I have used DFL and tango with the lowest dmd
version that can support both of them and DFL still gives me function
dfl.socket.AsyncSocket.close function cl
ose does not override anything.  I haven't looke much at any other GUI libs
because this was my favorite before tango was released.

Mike Parker Wrote:

 Lester Martin wrote:
 I just would like to know is there any update on the graphics package tango
had release quite some time ago.

It wasn't released, just announced that it was in development. And it still is. You should hear more about it after the new year.

Sep 23 2007
next sibling parent Bill Baxter <dnewsgroup billbaxter.com> writes:
Lester Martin wrote:
 Ok.  I just was wandering because all the GUI libraries I have downloaded seem
very tango uncooperative.  I have used DFL and tango with the lowest dmd
version that can support both of them and DFL still gives me function
dfl.socket.AsyncSocket.close function cl
 ose does not override anything.  I haven't looke much at any other GUI libs
because this was my favorite before tango was released.
 
 Mike Parker Wrote:
 
 Lester Martin wrote:
 I just would like to know is there any update on the graphics package tango
had release quite some time ago.

still is. You should hear more about it after the new year.


The tango graphics package announced isn't going to be a GUI lib. It sounded more like an image generation API. Like what would be useful for on-the-fly server-side generation of images in a web server. --bb
Sep 23 2007
prev sibling next sibling parent Carlos Santander <csantander619 gmail.com> writes:
Lester Martin escribió:
 Ok.  I just was wandering because all the GUI libraries I have downloaded
 seem very tango uncooperative.  I have used DFL and tango with the lowest dmd
 version that can support both of them and DFL still gives me function
 dfl.socket.AsyncSocket.close function cl ose does not override anything.  I
 haven't looke much at any other GUI libs because this was my favorite before
 tango was released.

wxD works well with Tango. -- Carlos Santander Bernal
Sep 23 2007
prev sibling parent "Chris Miller" <chris dprogramming.com> writes:
On Sun, 23 Sep 2007 05:11:22 -0400, Lester Martin  
<Lester ewam-associates.com> wrote:

 Ok.  I just was wandering because all the GUI libraries I have  
 downloaded seem very tango uncooperative.  I have used DFL and tango  
 with the lowest dmd version that can support both of them and DFL still  
 gives me function dfl.socket.AsyncSocket.close function cl
 ose does not override anything.

Can you try the recent snapshot? http://wiki.dprogramming.com/Dfl/Snapshots By the way, DFL versions mention which versions of DMD and Tango they were tested with. If you have problems, you should go back to a version that was tested and is supported, or check out snapshots.
Sep 23 2007
prev sibling parent "Vladimir Panteleev" <thecybershadow gmail.com> writes:
On Sun, 23 Sep 2007 12:11:22 +0300, Lester Martin <Lester ewam-associates.com>
wrote:

 Ok.  I just was wandering because all the GUI libraries I have downloaded seem
very tango uncooperative.  I have used DFL and tango with the lowest dmd
version that can support both of them and DFL still gives me function
dfl.socket.AsyncSocket.close function close does not override anything.  I
haven't looke much at any other GUI libs because this was my favorite before
tango was released.

Tango's Socket.close got renamed two times - once to "disconnect" and then to "detach". Beats me why. Here's my DFL patch to fix it: diff -u -r C:\Downloads\dfl-20070811\import\dfl/socket.d C:\Soft\dmd\import\dfl/socket.d --- C:\Downloads\dfl-20070811\import\dfl/socket.d 2007-07-27 10:47:42.000000000 +0300 +++ C:\Soft\dmd\import\dfl/socket.d 2007-08-31 06:24:35.593750000 +0300 -188,10 +188,26 } - override void close() + version(Tango) + { + override void detach() + { + unregisterEvent(this); + super.detach(); + } + + void close() + { + detach(); + } + } + else { - unregisterEvent(this); - super.close(); + override void close() + { + unregisterEvent(this); + super.close(); + } } -- Best regards, Vladimir mailto:thecybershadow gmail.com
Sep 23 2007