|Subject||:||GWT Window Manager (GWm)|
|Date||:||21 Jan, 2007 on 22:38|
|It has not been long since Google released the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) under the Apache license.
Needless to say, the cool GWm also can be built under OS/2. As a proof of concept, I began with a simple default application like the first part that I described at BigWarpGuy's post ( < http://www.os2world.com/cgi-bin/ultraboard/UltraBoard.cgi?action=Read&BID=81&TID=28&SID=VXj3nVngGAGIAx7V >) and downloaded the code from the referenced GWm site above.
I proceeded to play with the integration of the code for a while, initially thinking (after long hours of failure after failure) that it would not be possible to build/compile it under OS/2 after all.
Notwithstanding, my frustration turned to joy when I was able to continue using OS/2 for development. The following was just one of several cool results that I got after a couple of days of hacking lightly : Cool !!! . OS/2's Java by Golden Code Development still rocks!!!
Apropos, what happened to the Golden Code's rivals in Java dev under OS/2 Eh?!! They want to run OS/2 in a virtual machine now As Holger said when someone asked him whether he would ever port XFree86 to WinXX: NEVER!!!
|Subject||:||Re:GWT Window Manager (GWm)|
|Date||:||21 Jan, 2007 on 23:42|
|Very cool El Vato!|