[MonoDevelop] S.W.F -> Gtk# Mappings
Mon, 12 Jan 2004 23:04:42 +0000
I'm from a S.W.F background - albeit minimal. I'd appreciate an example -
just to get a little familiar with the basics, as the documentation on the
Mono website has not yet been written. I think it might be useful on the
website too, for a few reasons. To give people an idea of how the port was
done, and show them how to go about doing something similar themselves. I
don't want to waste anyone's time, and it's by no means urgent, but I would
appreciate it. :o)
NB. Something with a Form, MainMenu, Panel, TextBox, Buttons and some Events
would be good.
>From: Todd Berman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: Jonathan Darrer <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: [MonoDevelop] S.W.F -> Gtk# Mappings
>Date: Sun, 11 Jan 2004 14:49:44 -0500
>Honestly, You have two choices, wrap or convert.
>We have been doing some of both in MonoDevelop. Personally I prefer
>converting, but one of our developers prefers wrapping.
>Its basically personal preference.
>Certain simple SWF controls map near exact to Gtk# controls, like
>Buttons, etc, but most other things are very different.
>However, a lot of concepts stay the same, and it is pretty easy to hack
>If people are interested, I would be willing to take a small SWF example
>and hack it to Gtk# with some annotations, etc. But only if someone
>thinks there would be a use.
>PS - I'm a bit out of it, just woke up ;)
>On Sun, 2004-01-11 at 07:44, Jonathan Darrer wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Is there a convention for mapping S.W.F controls/components to Gtk#
> > Todd, your doing plenty of this right now. There was an effort to
> > S.W.F in Gtk#.
> > Hackers working on MonoDevelop (presently and in the future) might find
> > sort of thing helpful. However, I think one good way to ease the
> > curve for GUI .NET developers new to Mono/Linux would be to provide
> > guidelines from experienced hackers who have been there.
> > Have I missed something (more than possible)? Does such a document
> > exist? Is there an unwritten convention in use?
> > Jonathan
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