Squeak IDE Look-n-Feel

ajalis at twu.net ajalis at twu.net
Tue Dec 12 04:06:46 UTC 2000

On Mon, Dec 11, 2000 at 08:46:48PM -0500, Ted Wright wrote:
> ajalis at twu.net wrote:
> > How about integrating Squeak with WxWindows (http://www.wxwindows.org). 
> I don't think it is a good match. I have some experience with using wxWindows
> with Python. Squeak is far more portable, and already provides the wxWindows
> features except native widgets. Because it support so many native widgets,
> wxWindows has a least-common-denominator feel to it. wxWindows also has 
> a very Microsoft MFC feel to it (which I don't like). 
> Squeak, especially Morphic, is different. Squeak seems to want to push the 
> envelope on GUI matters, and this just doesn't fit in well with native widgets. 

I see your point. I need to spend more time playing with Squeak's look-n-feel.


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