[Haskell-cafe] GUI library
jvranish at gmail.com
Tue Sep 1 11:59:35 EDT 2009
Deallocation is automatic (just like C++ Qt)
C++ Qt has excellent unicode support. I haven't explicit tried it in
qtHaskell, but as far as I know it should work just fine.
Unfortunatly it does not currently build just with cabal, however the build
scripts are very clean (no configure) and the haskell half is cabalized.
To build on windows you only need the haskell platform and the Qt SDK
(and then you either have to put the ghc path into Qts qtEnv.bat (what I
did), or you have to put the Qt paths into the system path) and then you run
the qtHaskells build.bat and you're done.
To build on linux you need the haskell platform and Qt4 dev libraries
(they are probably in your distros package manager) and then you run the
qtHaskells build script, and your done. Umm, with one gotcha, on my system I
had to replace two instances of 'gmake' in the build script with 'make'. You
might not have to do that on your system.
Qt uses the native APIs to draw controls, so your apps look appropriate on
On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 12:43 AM, Bulat Ziganshin
<bulat.ziganshin at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello Job,
> Tuesday, September 1, 2009, 1:16:38 AM, you wrote:
> > I recommend qtHaskell.
> how it's in areas of
> - memory deallocation when it's no more need - is it automatic or
> - unicode support
> - compatibiliy with latest ghc versions - does it build by Cabal or we
> need to wait while gurus release installers for Windows?
> - does it use native GUI controls on Windows or draws them itself?
> i'm asking because those questions arise when using other libs
> Best regards,
> Bulat mailto:Bulat.Ziganshin at gmail.com
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