[Gtk-sharp-list] Does Gtk# on Win32 have...?
Fri, 27 Dec 2002 00:22:02 -0500
The Mono ADO.NET stuff works on Linux and Windows.
GTK# works on Linux and Windows.
There are several GTK# applications written in C# work on both Windows and
Linux. SQL# For GTK# is one of them which is a GUI SQL query tool inspired
by the GNOME-DB front end application.
Alp Toker has an IRC client that uses GTK# and works on Windows and Linux.
Jaime has a text editor he is working on in GTK#.
There are probably other examples of GTK# applications that work on Windows
and Linux. I would like to find out about more them.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Charles Iliya
Sent: Thursday, December 26, 2002 11:54 PM
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Subject: RE: [Gtk-sharp-list] Does Gtk# on Win32 have...?
The only part I need are the classes and methods that let me
"get at" the database, so that I can issue SQL statements.
(And get results from this... when there are results.)
I don't really need any of the widgets that go along with this.
(Although it might be nice.)
For me, I want to write GNOME applications. But I want them
to be able to run on Windows too. (Because I know some of
my clients will want that... in addition to be able to run
it on GNOME.)
So... what should I use? (I'm asking for the opinions
of everyone on the list.)
(1) Should I use the Gda# stuff??? (In expectation that
it will be working on Windows soon.)
(2) Should I use the ADO.NET stuff??? (Although this makes
me feel like I am writing a Windows program.)
(3) Or, Should I write a wrapper class, to hide weather I
am using Gda# or ADO.NET??? (And thus use another
class as my database abstract layer... which seemed
to be the point of Gda# and ADO.NET in the first place.)
Please post your opinions.
On Thu, 2002-12-26 at 14:42, Daniel Morgan wrote:
> Mono has database support via its ADO.NET-like functionality.
> We have a working DataTable, DataSet, and other System.Data classes.
> There are data providers for MySQL, PostgreSQL, ODBC (works on Windows and
> Linux (on Linux via unixODBC), Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase
> OLE DB (uses GDA on Linux), SQL Lite, and Oracle. Some are at various
> states while others are coming along nicely.
> Currently, GDA can build on Windows via Cygwin, but it does not work.
> no shared libraries (DLLs on windows) are created which there should be.
> If you want libgnomedb to work on Windows, then the Bonobo, CORBA, and all
> that complex component stuff will need to be taking out. GDA will need
> be working on Windows prior to that.
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> I haven't installed it yet. (Because I don't have a windows
> machine sitting around me.) But, do the Win32 binary packages
> of Gtk# have GTKHTML and GNOME-DB???
> (Besides the normal GTK+ stuff, these two, IMO, are the two
> most important things when making "normal applications".
> GTKHTML is important for [easily] making nice looking UIs. And
> GNOME-DB is important for using databases.)
> See ya
> Charles Iliya Krempeaux, BSc
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