[Haskell-cafe] doubt on gui

Duncan Coutts duncan.coutts at worc.ox.ac.uk
Thu Jul 20 18:21:22 EDT 2006

On Thu, 2006-07-20 at 18:09 +0300, Alvaro Galan wrote:
> Hi, im almost new in haskell world, but im trying to do a simple
> graphical interface for a small program, i developed the program under
> winhugs, and now i want to develop the gui also with it, but all the
> libraries and kits that i download from the haskell page is either for
> ghc  or need to be make or stuff, my question, is or isnt a library or
> something that i can download, then import and use it on winhugs
> without compile, download a ton of things, etc etc?
>  is there some way of developing a very easy gui (based on radio
> buttons) with normal librarys on winhugs?, or its compulsory get ghc?

I don't think that there are any GUI libs like that that work with hugs.
There are some graphics libraries (like HGL) that work with Hugs, but it
doesn't include features like radio buttons etc.

So for a GUI, I'd recommend GHC and either Gtk2Hs or wxHaskell.


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