The future of Haskell discussion
Julian Seward (Intl Vendor)
Fri, 14 Sep 2001 02:09:21 -0700
| wxWindows is quite C++ centric and AFAIK nobody has made a=20
| serious effort at a C++ FFI yet. One of the big advantages=20
| of GTK+ is that it was written with bindings for other=20
| languages in mind. Therefore, it is probably the toolkit=20
| with the most language bindings.
The lack of any way to interface to C++ is a problem, IMO.
I would love to be able to write Haskell programs using Qt
and ultimately the KDE libraries, both of which are C++, but
I can't, at the mo.