Fwd: Re: [Mono-list] Gtk# or the future Windows.Forms Mono

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Subject: Re: [Mono-list] Gtk# or the future Windows.Forms Mono
From: Miguel de Icaza <miguel@ximian.com>
To: Dilton McGowan II <diltonm@yahoo.com>
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> Thanks to the respondees (sp?) so far.
> Jonathan's email hits a few nails on the head from
> what I can see. Unfortunately, I'm unable to locate
> the Dundas Charting for Gtk#. ;-) Aside from the
> (apparent) lack of decent GUI desginers other than for
> Java or C++ on Linux, my previous comment is worthy of
> consideration. What third party vendors support Gtk#
> or have pledged support?
> Or do the Gtk# people do everything from scratch?

We will be adding support for embedding Windows.Forms controls inside
Gtk# by the time Mono 1.2 is released (when Windows.Forms becomes ready

This will let you write Gtk# applications, and embed your third party
controls that matter.

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