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Robert Collins robert.collins@itdomain.com.au
Mon Jul 2 19:27:00 GMT 2001


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Norman Vine [ mailto:nhv@cape.com ]
>
> Robert Collins writes:
> >
> >    FLTK sees to require a _lot_ more effort on the part of 
> the programmer,
> >larger recreating the wheel. (ie handling a window resize 
> has to be done by
> >hand). Whats the advantage of that wxWindows?
> 
> did you see the resizable() method ?
> 

Yes - the doco seemed to say that by default the resizeable() method
isn't needed, that the bounding box of the outer window is determined by
the window manager.

> >If FTLK can do effective MDI-style windows under X, I'm 
> quite willing to
> put
> >in extra effort (wxWindows does that very poorly), but 
> otherwise I see
> >little reason to spend time writing window management code 
> instead of .rc
> >manipulation code.
> 
> Hmm..
> maybe $FLTK_SRC / test / tile.cxx is what you want.
> IMHO - This is a good demo of the resizable() method

It's the MDI aspect I'm looking at, not the resizeable() per se. Can you
comment on the testcase? What am I doing wrong?

Rob
 
> Cheers
> 
> Norman
> 
> 



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