[erlang-questions] wxErlang question 1

PAILLEAU Eric <>
Sun Jul 2 17:44:12 CEST 2017


Yes,
there is a need to write a book on this, and lot of people possibly
wanting to buy this. A market found.

to stay with your food metaphor, a french joke, which expresses our 'wx 
distress'.
"If I had mushrooms I could do a mushroom omelette but I don't have eggs 
either".



Le 02/07/2017 à 12:21, Joe Armstrong a écrit :
> The trouble is that the wx:demo examples are all written using the
> wx_object behaviour
> which conveniently hides all the interesting things.
> 
> I guess I'll have to add some trace statements to wx_object to see
> what's *really* happening.
> 
> Imagine you want to make an omelette and have no cookbook, all you have to do is
> unbreak the eggs and the rest is easy.
> 
> wx:demo is the omelette and what I want is the cookbook :-)
> 
> /Joe
> 
> On Sun, Jul 2, 2017 at 11:57 AM, PAILLEAU Eric <> wrote:
>>
>> I sympathize :) .
>>
>> You could however look at wx:demo()  , entry 'frame_utils' and try 'Open
>> wxMiniFrame' .
>>
>> This is probably what is the closer to the need you have, if I understand
>> well.
>>
>> But yes, I agree, there is a need for a simple documentation for newbies.
>> I'm not enough specialist of wx to write simple thing on it unfortunately.
>>
>> Hope this can help anyway.
>> Regards and good luck :)
>>
>>
>>
> 



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