[Gtk-sharp-list] Gtk# or Mono Winforms for Linux-only project
mtausig at fsmat.at
Wed Aug 20 08:46:57 EDT 2008
I was asking myself the very same question a few months ago. Both didn't do very well in an interoperable sense. gGTKÃ# had some stability issues when used in Windows, while the winforms look on linux is, to put it polite, not exatly appealing to the eye (plus the layout wan't always done correctly).
So, I ended up coding to seperate UI which are controlled using a general base class.
Am 20. Aug 2008 um 12:07:14 +0200, schrieb Daniel Lidström:
> I'm in the process of evaluating ways to use Mono on a Linux platform. It
> would be interesting to hear your opinion on what GUI toolkit to use. From
> what I understand, Gtk# is a little bit more mature than Mono Winforms,
> although the latter is progressing fast it seems. I have a few requirements
> * Must support 3d graphics somehow (we use OpenGL now, in a C++
> * GUI Designer must be available
> * Must be possible to create custom controls
> What is the support for these three requirements, when it comes to Gtk# and
> Mono Winforms? The system we're using is x86 1Ghz with 256Mb ram, 3d support
> is hardware accelerated.
> When you have the luxury of starting more or less from scratch, which
> toolkit would you suggest?
> Thanks in advance!
> Daniel Lidström
> SBG AB
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