Zbigniew <zbigniew2011@...> wrote:
> On the page http://roscidus.com/desktop/Tutorials/Start there is
> statement: "Of course, you can write ROX applications in any language
> you choose". But the entire page is devoted to Python, and the
> examples are started with invocations of the type: "import findrox",
> "import rox" and so on.
> Is it then really possible to "write ROX applications in any language"
> - be it TCL - or "in any language as long, as there exist a library
> for ROX", like the ones mentioned on the page
> http://roscidus.com/desktop/taxonomy/term/12 ?
You can indeed write a ROX application in (almost) any language, it's just
easier if somebody has already written a library for that language.
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