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R3 and GUI projects?

 [1/6] from: Paavo::Nevalainen::saunalahti::fi at: 28-Jul-2007 12:45


Wonder how much the interface programming willl change with R3. I am now considering either delaying one project until R3 is available, or implementing it temporarily as a python applet. I could do it by R2 too, but I am little helpless with updating the layout after a change has occurred. (My app has an undirected graph, each node has a label box which can be moved, and boxes can be added and removed and links between boxes can be redefined. Boxes have one other trigger event too). I have implemented it in such a way that the whole thing gets redrawn when a new node is inserted, and that is quite slow. A MEEK APOLOGY FOLLOWS: After a long project, change of job and a vacation, my brain got de-rebolised, so the terminology used in this message may not be coherent. I will re-rebolise myself within next 4 days. :)

 [2/6] from: gregg::pointillistic::com at: 28-Jul-2007 7:43


Hi Paavo, PN> Wonder how much the interface programming willl change PN> with R3. I am now considering either delaying one project PN> until R3 is available, or implementing it temporarily as PN> a python applet. R3 will be based on a lot of new code, so if you have a deadline, it probably isn't the best choice. Some things will be similar, or the same, but a lot of things will be different. -- Gregg

 [3/6] from: jonkelly::fastmail::fm at: 29-Jul-2007 9:27


Gregg Irwin wrote:
> Hi Paavo, > PN> Wonder how much the interface programming willl change
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> probably isn't the best choice. Some things will be similar, or the > same, but a lot of things will be different.
Dare one ask ... when? "More input" ... :)

 [4/6] from: ale870:g:mail at: 29-Jul-2007 12:05


> I could do it by R2 too, but I am little helpless with updating > the layout after a change has occurred. >
Try to put layout in a variable, then call "show": counter: 1 view lay: layout [ t1: text "0" t2: text "0" button [t1/text: t2/text: form counter show lay counter: counter + 1] ] --Alessandro On 7/29/07, Jonathan Kelly <jonkelly-fastmail.fm> wrote:
> Gregg Irwin wrote: > > Hi Paavo,
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> To unsubscribe from the list, just send an email to > lists at rebol.com with unsubscribe as the subject.
-- --Alessandro

 [5/6] from: henrik:webz:dk at: 29-Jul-2007 12:55


On 29/07/2007, at 1:27, Jonathan Kelly wrote:
> Gregg Irwin wrote: >> Hi Paavo,
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>> same, but a lot of things will be different. > Dare one ask ... when? "More input" ... :)
Considerable work is being done (way more than there ever was for the first VID already), but I wouldn't bet on anything ready for production use for several months. There will however be a beta ready soon, so you can play with it, but I don't think that will be final. Need more time for completeness. -- Regards, Henrik Mikael Kristensen

 [6/6] from: jonkelly::fastmail::fm at: 29-Jul-2007 21:57


Henrik Mikael Kristensen wrote:
> On 29/07/2007, at 1:27, Jonathan Kelly wrote: >> Gregg Irwin wrote:
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> first VID already), but I wouldn't bet on anything ready for > production use for several months. There will however be a beta ready
That would probably coincide with when *I'm* ready for production use. :)

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