On Sat, Jan 06, 2001 at 02:06:22AM +0100, Mariusz Przygodzki 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. Never should you generate source code with Glade. The result is ugly and not very good anyway. There is libglade for this purpose. -- Joseph Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org> Free software developer <Deek> Exactly how much of a PITA is this in C? <Knghtbrd> It's written in C++. <Deek> Hence my question. <Knghtbrd> I could do something like it in C. Anyone who saw the results would think I was either a genius or out of my fucking mind. They'd be right on either count.
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