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Re: [linux-lvm] lvmgui 0.2 release



On Wednesday 28 March 2001 02:26, you wrote:

I take a different view than most people here.  Java is fine.
I do not mind a java gui.  If the program is stuctured right,
the same code would allow me to administer a linux lvm from
almost any box (linux or not) all with the same code, without
any recompiles.

Java works.  Your gui will be a nice addition.  Please write it
in what even lang you want too.

Ed Tomlinson

> On 28 Mar 2001 01:59:49 +0200, Terje Kvernes wrote:
> > Jens Benecke <jens jensbenecke de> writes:
> > > well, if you want quick, easy but powerful GUI development try Qt.
> >
> >   right. and you'll suggest using C++?  the python-interface isn't
> >   that grand, to put it bluntly.
> >
> > > You can provide a static version for those who don't have a desktop
> > > environment like KDE running, my main reason for Qt is however that
> > > it's just plain *FUN* to hack. Easy, straight forward, fast, stable
> > > and free - GPL'ed.
> >
> >   I'll agree to most of that. and the docs are wonderful. the only
> >   issue is the light fact that it's written in C++. I sadly enough
> >   think that if I ever start something like this I'll be ending up
> >   using perl/[G]tk.
> >
> > > Just my opinion, however.
> >
> >   don't worry, you're entitled to it. :p
> >
> > --
> > Terje - who dislikes C++ a tad more than Java, and a tad less than
> >         Tcl. maybe something written in TECO would be nice.
>
> In case you guys haven't checked out ruby please do.  It's alot cooler
> than python and there is both tk, gtk, fox and qt-interfaces to it.  (I
> think the QT one is pre-alpha or something :) )
>
> /Erik  - this is kinda of-topic isn't it? :)


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