Simple and portable (but not inflexible) GUI library in C

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ike
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Simple and portable (but not inflexible) GUI library in C

Postby ike » Apr 24, 2017 22:59

Simple and portable (but not inflexible) GUI library in C that uses the native GUI technologies of each platform it supports.
https://github.com/andlabs/libui
Tourist Trap
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Re: Simple and portable (but not inflexible) GUI library in C

Postby Tourist Trap » May 13, 2017 14:04

ike wrote:Simple and portable (but not inflexible) GUI library in C that uses the native GUI technologies of each platform it supports.
https://github.com/andlabs/libui

I'm puzzled, can your library be interfaced with Freebasic? Is there some screenshot of how it looks like on windows for instance? But of course my first concern would be the question about interfacing with fb.

[edit] Ok I've found some screenshots. And seems not to be any binding for FB in the list...
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Re: Simple and portable (but not inflexible) GUI library in C

Postby St_W » May 15, 2017 7:43

Tourist Trap wrote:[...] But of course my first concern would be the question about interfacing with fb.

There shouldn't be any difficulties in creating FB headers as it is a C library (and not C++ or any other higher-level language).
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Re: Simple and portable (but not inflexible) GUI library in C

Postby Tourist Trap » May 15, 2017 15:19

St_W wrote:There shouldn't be any difficulties in creating FB headers as it is a C library (and not C++ or any other higher-level language).

Unforyunately, I'm not 100% sure, but it seems that 32bits systems won't be able to compile this. This is not mentionned very clearly but those days I know that people tends to take little care of 32bits compatibility.

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