gui building in haskell

Elke Kasimir
Tue, 16 Jan 2001 14:48:41 +0100 (CET)

On 16-Jan-2001 Jan Kort wrote:
(interesting stuff snipped...)
> Ashley Yakeley wrote:
>> Would some kind Haskell-to-Java bridge be a cost-effective way of
>> providing a multi-platform GUI library, as well as network, SQL, RMI
>> etc., etc.?
>> It doesn't necessarily imply compiling to the JVM. Java could simply see
>> the compiled Haskell code through the JNI.
> That sounds unlikely to me, how do you overide methods through JNI ?
> The only way I can see this working is the way Mondrian does it:
> make a more object oriented Haskell and compile to Java. I don't
> think Mondrian is anywhere near an alpha release though.

Aside: I often think that the Java-GUI, SQL and etc. stuff is also anywhere
near an alpha release ...

>   Jan
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