[Haskell-beginners] Selecting a GUI toolkit
daniel.carrera at theingots.org
Wed Apr 29 18:11:26 EDT 2009
This question is just idle curiosity. I don't actually plan to write a
desktop GUI program. With that said, what library would you recommend to
someone who wants to write a cross-platform desktop app with Haskell?
Consider the following requirements:
1) Cross-platform. Windows, Linux and preferably OS X too.
2) Maintained, stable, mature, documented, etc.
3) Easy to use.
Notice that this has much to do with the Haskell bindings. For example,
Qt might be a fabulous toolkit, but qtHaskell might be immature (it
looks like it started in Dec 2007).
wxHaskell looks good. I like the idea behind wxWidgets, but I have never
used it (or any GUI toolkit for that matter).
Thank you for your input.
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