[Haskell-cafe] Which is easier to ship on windows, a gi-gtk or fltk-hs project?

Ruben Astudillo ruben.astud at gmail.com
Wed Dec 25 04:27:13 UTC 2019

Dear list

Currently for work I am doing a technical document generator using
HaTex. The user primarily uses windows so I would like to ship to it. He
is not a technical user, so a GUI is a must. FLTK is lighter than gtk
but it seems the community has less experience shipping haskell GUIs
with it on windows than with gi-gtk.

So which toolkit binding would you use for a windows project? Also how
would you ship such a project, which depends on a toolkit and TeX-engine
on windows? I am used to a nix world-view.

-- Rubén
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