[Gtk-sharp-list] About Gtk# design
Thu, 24 Apr 2003 18:13:53 +0200
On Thu, Apr 24, 2003 at 09:05:22AM +0100, Lee Mallabone wrote:
> On Wed, 2003-04-23 at 18:15, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > I think that we need to redesign Gtk#. I think that we need two versions
> > of Gtk#: one identical to Gtk+ and other with very changes in the
> > design.
> What benefits do you get from a "raw" Gtk+ binding that is not present in the existing binding? As far as I can tell, all you get is a binding that would stick rigidly to the Gtk+ API, for its own sake.
> It's not clear from your post what the benefits are of having a Gtk+ binding in C# that doesn't integrate well into the .NET framework.
When I say identical to Gtk+, I'm talking about the functionality, the
concepts, etc. (struct-iterators, method names, etc...). This is what
now is Gtk#.
But I think that we must change the design of, for example, Iterators.
Also we can get out the use of GLib, because I think that all classes in
GLib can be obtained from CTS.
Pedro Martínez Juliá
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