[Mono-list] Windows.Forms, KDE
04 Jul 2002 02:08:27 -0400
Couldn't we just use conditional compilation in the wrapper-dependent
parts? A lot of #ifs (and a few #defines) might uglify the code a bit,
but IMO it would simplify things greatly. The wrapper-dependent parts
could be quickly and easily identified just by skimming the code for
#if-#endif blocks and we wouldn't have to maintain multiple copies of
mostly redundant code. Each file could have a maintainer for the general
code and maintainers for each wrapper, and so long as they stay in their
own areas we won't have to worry about things like a change in QT#
breaking GTK# support.
BTW, does mcs have conditional compilation yet? If not, are there any
plans to add it?
On Wed, 2002-07-03 at 03:57, Freddy BL wrote:
> >Will it be possible to have multiple versions of Windows.Forms,
> >so that some ambitions KDE user could write a QtSharp version?
> Yes, it is possible.
> You need only the people, who creates this library.
> Look at http://www.go-mono.org/winforms.html
> One of the visions of the mono-team is, to create beside Windows-Forms based
> on Gtk# (on Linux), Windows-Forms based on Cocoa (on MacOS) and
> Windows-Forms based on the Win32-API (on Win32).
> Freddy BL