Magnus Lie Hetland <magnus@...> writes:
> My focus on the "big five" back-ends (I'm just assuming they're the
> "biggest" -- no offense meant to the others) doesn't mean that I don't
> want the others in Anygui, of course. I'm just trying to set realistic
> So: If there are people out there who want to work on other back-ends
> (Kalle -- do you feel gtkgui beckoning? ;) then that would be nice.
> The main point is that if we *don't* get the others done, that
> shouldn't hold us back from releasing.
> beosgui is pretty much dead in the water now, as Matt doesn't have a
> beos machine anymore, so the remaining ones are cursesgui, textgui and
> gtkgui. (gtkgui actually sort of works.)
Well, on my resume I claim to be the author and mainainer of cursesgui
and textgui, so I probably ought to actually do that. I've no idea
which direction the Anygui codebase has gone in the past year or so
(by the way, "Hi again, everyone"), so it might take me a little while
to get current again. IIRC, I got frustrated with some aspect of
forward-porting the textgui/cursesgui code to the "latest" (as of
early 2003) Anygui architecture, but I really have no idea what was
happening back then. I'll let you know when I've got a handle on it.
I'll step up to whack bugs in Tkgui as well, if no one else wants
Resist the feed.
If you really want to get my attention, send mail to
jknapka .at. kneuro .dot. net.