Prof Abimbola Olowofoyeku wrote:
> Earnie Boyd wrote :
> >You can find the script in CVS msys/dvlpr/postinstall.
> I don't have the CVS access sorted out (and my WinCVS configuration
> seems to be broken). Can you please email it to me? Thanks.
> >As for DELPHI, uhm, it needs to be C/C++ (I'm more proficient with
> >this) and it needs to be supportable with open source tools.
> Well, there is the "personal" edition of Delphi 6.0 which is a free
> download (but certainly not opensource). I think there is a restriction
> on it (i.e., you can only use it to write opensource software - or
> something like that).
> > But, see what you can come up with. I'll give it a look over.
> Ok. I see that others have offered to use wxWindows, which does seem to
> meet your criterion on opensource tools. Does this mean that I should
> hold fire on this one?
Yes, wxWindows would be better than Delphi. Those evaluation/"free
beer" versions typically are only for students.