R-beta: R with gnuwin32 (fwd)
Tue, 24 Mar 1998 11:27:15 +0100 (GMT+0100)
> Peter Dalgaard BSA writes:
> > As I understand Guido M's work, he's filled in the few gaps necessary
> > to get the current R/Windows functions to run by inserting the
> > relevant definitions by hand. I think most of these definitions are
> > already in *some* freeware toolkit, so they're not likely to cause
> > legal trouble (and the possibility of copyrighting the information
> > that WM_DDE_FIRST is 0x03E0 etc., is dubious in the first place). I
Inserting by hand was by first approach. But in the distribution
that I made available, I used, to avoid legal problem, part of the
header included in lcc-win32 which is freeware. Look to the
file lcc.h in rgwnsrc.tgz.
What is missing in the gnu header are the definitions of the
Edit_something macros and of some constants.
Observe that the use of the first ones can be avoid
if in the source we substitute them with the appropriate
> > 2) Use a portable toolkit. V, wxWindows, Tcl/Tk, with the latter
> > appealing quite a bit to me as I've already indicated on a number of
> > occasions.
Perhaps, this is the best solution. Another portable toolkit which is small,
only C not C++, and so easy to use is GraphApp.
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