Nowhere near enough, I'm afraid.
I have (locally) a build which puts wxc back into a DLL, but builds in Cabal, which will enable GHCI with die on restart (we don't even have that as yet), and a plan for the next stage.
Unfortunately my time for Haskell (well, anything) has been hit very hard over the past few months as my wife has been ill, and I have two young kids to look after as well as trying to keep the day job! She is starting to get better, so I hope that I will start to have some time for wxHaskell soon.
It really is at the top of my Haskell list though.
On Fri, 16 Jul 2010 16:09 -0700, "Conal Elliott" <email@example.com> wrote:
Any progress on the die-on-restart issue? I've put my denotative/functional graphics & GUIs work on hold while waiting for the GUI libs situation to improve.
On Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 3:18 AM, Jeremy O'Donoghue <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It's next on the list. Not much progress as yet, but I do understand the importance of this.
Congratulations on the cabal-friendly new wxHaskell release!
I will be thrilled to switch from gtk2hs back to wxHaskell for all of my GUI-ful projects as soon as the ghci-killing problem (crash on second 'start') is solved. Any progress?