Tue Nov 30 21:47:11 CET 2010
I've had the best time with qtHaskell .
On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 8:38 AM, Brent Yorgey <byorgey at seas.upenn.edu> wrot=
> But OpenGL is not really a GUI library, is it? =A0I think gtk2hs is
> usually recommended. I've never used it personally but have heard good
> things from those who have. =A0Hopefully the web page will be back up
> On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 09:55:45AM +0000, Tom Hobbs wrote:
>> Hi Venanzio,
>> I found the following sites very helpful when trying to understand
>> OpenGL + Haskell.
>> - http://blog.mikael.johanssons.org/archive/2006/09/opengl-programming-i=
>> - http://myawesomeblag.blogspot.com/2007/03/opengl-tetris-in-haskell.htm=
>> My site contains the commands I used to get everything install on
>> Ubuntu, it also has a link to my code on it, but you'll find that the
>> code is very similar to Mikael's above.
>> Good luck.
>> On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 9:16 AM, Venanzio Capretta <vxc at cs.nott.ac.uk> w=
>> > Hi,
>> > =A0I've been trying to find out what is the best GUI library to use fo=
>> > Haskell beginner.
>> > At first I adopted gtk2hs and it was going well. But the web page for =
>> > disappeared during the Haskell site migration. So now I don't have acc=
>> > the documentation and the examples any more.
>> > Next I tried with wxHaskell, but unfortunately it doesn't install on U=
>> > (I checked on the mailing list: other people had the same problem and =
>> > don't understand the solution).
>> > Is there a library for GUI in Haskell that is simple to use and well
>> > supported, something that is user friendly for a beginner Haskell
>> > programmer?
>> > Best wishes,
>> > =A0Venanzio
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