X11workbench Toolkit  1.0
gizzard.c
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10 // project creation and other 'gizzards' //
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12 // NOTE: 'gizzard' is a combination of 'wizard' and 'gizmo' //
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66 #include "X11workbench.h"
67 #include "gizzard.h"
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69 //
70 // TENTATIVE PLANS ON APPLICATION 'Gizzards' (aka 'wizards' in case of trademarks)
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72 // 1. tab-MDI and dialog-based applications for X11 Workbench Toolkit
73 // 2. similar to above, using a "foundation class" wrapper (C++)
74 // 3. MDI and dialog-based applications for wxWidgets (C++)
75 // 4. similar for GTK and/or GTK+ (C++)
76 // 5. alternate platform application wizards (such as Arduino)
77 // 6. possible Android application wizards (would require installing Android SDK)
78 //
79 // The priority, of course, is to use the X11 Workbench Toolkit. Once it is able
80 // to run under windows, there will be no real need for anything else. The next
81 // priority are the two toolkits that are already cross-platform, namely wxWidgets
82 // and GTK. Qt is also a possibility, though it has its own (pay for) IDE already.
83 //
84 // Alternate platforms like Arduino might be helpful in that there is no existing
85 // 'application gizzard', and I intend to make X11workbench's IDE easier/better to
86 // use than the Arduino IDE. However, without a proper debugging interface to a
87 // microcontroller system, it has limited added value (other than the 'gizzard').
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