On Friday, 27. May 2011. 0.12.12 Sune Vuorela wrote: > "gui library" is definately wrong if it binds everything. Qt4 frameworks > or Qt4 Libraries or ... somtehnig like that. And maybe you even want, if > possible to split at least the non-dev stuff in a per library package. > > (so that simple gui apps doesn't pull in sql things, a web engine and > ...) > please consider splitting it. Yes, it is split. The qws library part (I renamed it into libhaskell-qt to remove all misunderstandings) provides only .so libraries, and include files are used only internaly. Haskell imports the libraries by importing the methods it needs (like this, for example: foreign import ccall "qtc_QObject_pa_oeq"). > btw, are the bindings based on the smoke library or ? No. I have no idea what the bindings are based on. > is it qreal float vs double safe? As far as I know (or can see), the bindings treat qreal as double. Since Haskell doesn't run on Symbian, WinCE nor arm, I don't see that as a big problem. -- Filip Brcic <firstname.lastname@example.org> WWWeb: http://brcha.com Jabber : email@example.com GPG 0x2537C379 Fingerprint: 287D 5F24 50AA A36C 977F AC9A F1FD C7EB 2537 C379
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