Thanks again for everything, I'll be happy to host it on the GTK-server website.
Best regards Peter Eduardo Costa schreef:
Junia's site is: http://code.google.com/p/stalingui/I will send you not only Wolmer interface, but a few other real world applications using gtk-server. I contacted the man who designed Wolmer and he will prepare a very good demo for your site. I also contacted people who created bindings for Gambit and Larceny. Gambit has two GUIs, one based on the gtk-server, and another one called Jazz. I prefer the one based on gtk-server, since it is lightweight and easier to use.--- On *Sat, 3/28/09, Peter /<administrator@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>/* wrote: From: Peter <administrator@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: [gtk-server] Re: Bigloo version To: gtk-server@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Date: Saturday, March 28, 2009, 1:44 AM Hi Eduardo, Thanks for letting know! Can you give a link to that website? Also, if you have a screenshot of that Wolmer interface, I'll be happy to host it at the Real World secion. Thanks, Peter Eduardo Costa schreef:Hi, Junia is the only person who is maintaining gtk-server for Bigloo (together with a Windows Bigloo distribution). It would be a good idea to add a pointer to her site. An interesting piece of information that may interest you: there is a mobile robot called Wolmer, whose interface uses gtk-server. Wolmer moves quadriplegic people around. It is controlled by EMG signals from facial muscles. Well, it is a litle more than a wheel chair, but it quite fun to see it moving around.