Re: ITP: Bakery
On Friday 05 January 2001 10:35, Bas Zoetekouw wrote:
> Hi Mariusz!
> You wrote:
> > Bakery is a C++ Framework for creating GNOME applications using Gnome--
> > (gnomemm) and Gtk-- (gtkmm).
> What's the difference with Glade?
Eeee. What's the difference with Glade-- rather?
As you know Glade-- is backend for Glade for creating C++ programm source
skeletenon. Glade is a RAD tool to enable quick development of user
interface. Glade-- (or rather an application created with the aid of it)
functionality depends on libraries Gtk-- and Gnome-- entirely.
Bakery is designed as a library of additional classes which enhance a
functionality of Gtk-- and Gnome--. Bakery doesn't include any RAD tool
actually. The main goal of Bakery is providing C++ application framework
based on the Document-View architecture with new features relates not only
widgets and GNOME desktop but also relates data handling (i.e. object's
serialization). The upstream author doesn't conceal he is inspired by MFC
libraries a little bit but he want to do it better. The Bakery FAQ are
available on http://bakery.sourceforge.net/faq.html.
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