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reply John Reimer <terminal.node gmail.com> writes:
Interesting note:

The gtk version of SWT includes backends for:

gtk+
gnome-gtk+
mozilla
CDE
Cairo

Gtk+ will be the first attempt for a port to DWT, but I find the 
possibility of using Cairo as a backend appealing also (eventually).

-JJR
Feb 24 2006
parent reply Charles <noone nowhere.com> writes:
That is cool.

Isn't someone creating Cairo for D already ?

Charlie

John Reimer wrote:
 Interesting note:
 
 The gtk version of SWT includes backends for:
 
 gtk+
 gnome-gtk+
 mozilla
 CDE
 Cairo
 
 Gtk+ will be the first attempt for a port to DWT, but I find the 
 possibility of using Cairo as a backend appealing also (eventually).
 
 -JJR

Feb 27 2006
parent reply John Reimer <John_member pathlink.com> writes:
In article <dtvt99$2lsh$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Charles says...
That is cool.

Isn't someone creating Cairo for D already ?

Charlie

Yes, I believe you are right. Interfacing with Gtk+ and Cairo, however, isn't the hard part. :) -JJR
Feb 27 2006
parent Charles <noone nowhere.com> writes:
 Interfacing with Gtk+ and Cairo, however, isn't
 the hard part. :)

Hehe, yes you have a long hard road in front of you, I dont envy you. John Reimer wrote:
 In article <dtvt99$2lsh$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Charles says...
 
That is cool.

Isn't someone creating Cairo for D already ?

Charlie

Yes, I believe you are right. Interfacing with Gtk+ and Cairo, however, isn't the hard part. :) -JJR

Mar 01 2006