[Mono-winforms-list] Windows Forms.
Mon, 27 Jan 2003 12:00:17 +0000
>I'm for a gtk# one. It wouldnt work with all apps, but hopefully a good
>chunk of them. And as more and more apps go .NET only, there will be less
>of a need for P/Invoke
Hmmm.... I think, that a WineLib-based is better.
I am not a programmer - neither of Mono nor of any other project, but I
think, that - from the point of view as user - a WineLib-based
SWF-implementation is better.
Look at Gtk+2: One of the big changes from Gtk+1 is, that disposition/layout
of the buttons have been changed. If there existing a "ok"-Button and a
"chancel"-Button in a window, in Gtk+1, Qt, Windows, etc the "ok"-Button is
on the left side. But in Gtk+2 and I think MacOS, there is it on the right
The idea of this toolkits is, that all programs with this toolkits have the
same LookAndFeel. And so, there existing some rules, how a program must look
The SWF-LookAndFeel is the same like the Windows-LAF, because it is based on
If you now implement under Linux the SWF with Gtk#, then the
Windows-programs have under Linux the GUI of Gtk+2, but it have partly the
look of Windows.
An other point is, that without WineLib the SWF-inplementation is very
Look at SharpDevelop. In SharpDevelop you can choose how the Menu looks
like: Like Windows98 or like OfficeXP.
How would you with Gtk# take into account, that the OfficeXP-Menu looks
different to to Default-Look?
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