> -----Original Message-----
> From: John McCawley [mailto:jmccawley(at)worleyco(dot)com]
> Sent: 02 July 2002 17:02
> To: pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
> Subject: Re: [pgadmin-hackers] Database Designer
> >I also think this would be a valuable addition to pgAdmin and would
> >welcome any work you care to put into it. If you need any help or
> >advice, please don't hesitate to email questions to the list.
> >Regards, Dave.
> After all of my poo-pooing a C++ implementation of pgAdmin,
> now that I'm
> playing around with this designer I'm doing it in C++ :P
> I'm not sure how much I could integrate with pgAdmin from MingW (gnu)
> C++, but I'll look into it.
You probably can't. You need to build a com object with the same
interface as pgAbsPlg.dll.
> I've been using FLTK as my cross platform graphics library
> for a while
> now, and it's really easy to use. For whatever reason, everyone else
> seems to use GTK or QT, even though they are (in my opinion)
> much more
> complex. GTK for Windows is VERY much a pain to use, and QT
> for Windows
> is a commercial product. FLTK, on the other hand, is very
> easy to get
> up and running on Windows, Linux, or (I hear) MacOS etc.
I'll take a look at that. I am still quite impressed with wxWindows, GTK
on the other hand, is a nightmare on Windows as you say.
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