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digitalmars.D.dwt - DWT partially updated to dmd 0.177

reply torhu <fake address.dude> writes:
Since http://www.dsource.org/projects/dwt doesn't seem to work at the 
moment, I'm posting this here.

http://torhus.googlepages.com/dwt-dmd0177.zip

I just added -d to the batch files, and removed an illegal and seemingly 
pointless opAssign().  That makes dwt compile with 0.177.  The examples 
won't compile, however.  No idea why yet, just got a weird linker error.

The main problem probably was that the implicit conversion from a[] to 
a* is used a lot in the code.  Which -d takes care of.

One annoyance is that if you compile an app that is linked with dwt with 
-inline, you have to add -d too, otherwise the compiler still complains 
about a[] -> a* in dwt.  I've fixed this in a few of the dwt files, but 
the implicit conversion is just used too much.  So for most projects, 
you need -d if you want inlining.  For now, anyway.

By the way, is anyone else than me still using dwt?  Sort of wish I had 
chosen wxD instead.
Dec 12 2006
next sibling parent reply bobef <be lessequal_dontspam.com> writes:
I am using DWT. People working on Poseidon too. DWT is great. I wish 
Shawn had not abandoned DWT || we had tool to do automatically SWT>DWT 
translation || at least wxD work with DMD, because currently it is 
toooooo buggy.


torhu wrote:
 Since http://www.dsource.org/projects/dwt doesn't seem to work at the 
 moment, I'm posting this here.
 
 http://torhus.googlepages.com/dwt-dmd0177.zip
 
 I just added -d to the batch files, and removed an illegal and seemingly 
 pointless opAssign().  That makes dwt compile with 0.177.  The examples 
 won't compile, however.  No idea why yet, just got a weird linker error.
 
 The main problem probably was that the implicit conversion from a[] to 
 a* is used a lot in the code.  Which -d takes care of.
 
 One annoyance is that if you compile an app that is linked with dwt with 
 -inline, you have to add -d too, otherwise the compiler still complains 
 about a[] -> a* in dwt.  I've fixed this in a few of the dwt files, but 
 the implicit conversion is just used too much.  So for most projects, 
 you need -d if you want inlining.  For now, anyway.
 
 By the way, is anyone else than me still using dwt?  Sort of wish I had 
 chosen wxD instead.

Dec 13 2006
next sibling parent =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Anders_F_Bj=F6rklund?= <afb algonet.se> writes:
bobef wrote:

 By the way, is anyone else than me still using dwt?  Sort of wish I 
 had chosen wxD instead.

I am using DWT. People working on Poseidon too. DWT is great. I wish Shawn had not abandoned DWT || we had tool to do automatically SWT>DWT translation || at least wxD work with DMD, because currently it is toooooo buggy.

wxD needs some help with DMD and Windows, since I don't use those much. I know the previous build had Unicode problems, but otherwise it should be limping along for ASCII strings at least ? I only tried it briefly. --anders
Dec 13 2006
prev sibling parent reply "bls" <killing__Zoe web.de> writes:
Hi Bobef,
Frank Benoit aka keinfarbton is working on a tool TIOPORT to automatically
translate Java into D.
Java to XML, XML to D AST, AST to  D.
AFAIK he made a lot of progress in porting SWT/GTK using this tool.
Biggest problem at the moment seems to be Java reflection BUT thanks to the
new ABI Thomas Kuehne is quit optimistic to solve outstanding problems.

I hope I am able to help with the JFace port. since I do not like naked SWT.
Bjoern


"bobef" <be lessequal_dontspam.com> schreef in bericht
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 I am using DWT. People working on Poseidon too. DWT is great. I wish
 Shawn had not abandoned DWT || we had tool to do automatically SWT>DWT
 translation || at least wxD work with DMD, because currently it is
 toooooo buggy.


 torhu wrote:
 Since http://www.dsource.org/projects/dwt doesn't seem to work at the
 moment, I'm posting this here.

 http://torhus.googlepages.com/dwt-dmd0177.zip

 I just added -d to the batch files, and removed an illegal and seemingly
 pointless opAssign().  That makes dwt compile with 0.177.  The examples
 won't compile, however.  No idea why yet, just got a weird linker error.

 The main problem probably was that the implicit conversion from a[] to
 a* is used a lot in the code.  Which -d takes care of.

 One annoyance is that if you compile an app that is linked with dwt with
 -inline, you have to add -d too, otherwise the compiler still complains
 about a[] -> a* in dwt.  I've fixed this in a few of the dwt files, but
 the implicit conversion is just used too much.  So for most projects,
 you need -d if you want inlining.  For now, anyway.

 By the way, is anyone else than me still using dwt?  Sort of wish I had
 chosen wxD instead.


Dec 17 2006
parent bobef <be lessequal_dontspam.com> writes:
Sounds good. Keep up the good work.
Dec 18 2006
prev sibling next sibling parent "Txarli" <basura txarli.com> writes:
I have used DWT too. I love it. D + DWT are a good tools to make a GUI 
native application.

JCarles Vilaseca
Catalonia, Spain

"torhu" <fake address.dude> escribió en el mensaje 
news:elo7lv$14pt$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Since http://www.dsource.org/projects/dwt doesn't seem to work at the 
 moment, I'm posting this here.

 http://torhus.googlepages.com/dwt-dmd0177.zip

 I just added -d to the batch files, and removed an illegal and seemingly 
 pointless opAssign().  That makes dwt compile with 0.177.  The examples 
 won't compile, however.  No idea why yet, just got a weird linker error.

 The main problem probably was that the implicit conversion from a[] to a* 
 is used a lot in the code.  Which -d takes care of.

 One annoyance is that if you compile an app that is linked with dwt 
 with -inline, you have to add -d too, otherwise the compiler still 
 complains about a[] -> a* in dwt.  I've fixed this in a few of the dwt 
 files, but the implicit conversion is just used too much.  So for most 
 projects, you need -d if you want inlining.  For now, anyway.

 By the way, is anyone else than me still using dwt?  Sort of wish I had 
 chosen wxD instead. 

Dec 13 2006
prev sibling parent "Txarli" <basura txarli.com> writes:
StyledText did'nt work for me in ControlExample in DWT

First, I get OpCmp not defined for class Integer.

I was trying to append:

public int opCmp(Object obj)
{
 if (cast(Integer)obj)
  return value - (cast(Integer)obj).intValue();
 else
  return 0;
}

to Integer class in util/javatypes.d

But now I get AccesViolation when focus StyledText TAB and before exit 
ControlExample program.

Any sugestion?

Regards

JCarles



"torhu" <fake address.dude> escribió en el mensaje 
news:elo7lv$14pt$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Since http://www.dsource.org/projects/dwt doesn't seem to work at the 
 moment, I'm posting this here.

 http://torhus.googlepages.com/dwt-dmd0177.zip

 I just added -d to the batch files, and removed an illegal and seemingly 
 pointless opAssign().  That makes dwt compile with 0.177.  The examples 
 won't compile, however.  No idea why yet, just got a weird linker error.

 The main problem probably was that the implicit conversion from a[] to a* 
 is used a lot in the code.  Which -d takes care of.

 One annoyance is that if you compile an app that is linked with dwt 
 with -inline, you have to add -d too, otherwise the compiler still 
 complains about a[] -> a* in dwt.  I've fixed this in a few of the dwt 
 files, but the implicit conversion is just used too much.  So for most 
 projects, you need -d if you want inlining.  For now, anyway.

 By the way, is anyone else than me still using dwt?  Sort of wish I had 
 chosen wxD instead. 

Dec 13 2006