[fpc-pascal] Help converting h-file

Koenraad Lelong koen1 at brouwerij.homelinux.net
Sun Sep 21 10:41:41 CEST 2008

Florian Klaempfl schreef:
> Koenraad Lelong schrieb:
>> Frank de Groot / Rent-a-Geek schreef:
>>> I was wondering, what exactly is slow in Lazarus, because I use it via
>>> remote desktop over a long-distance WiFi connection and it still is very
>>> fast..?
>>>> P.S. I can't recommend Lazarus. It works but it's slow. I use MSEgui.
>>>> Some time I'm going to try fpGUI.
>> I don't know. On my 400MHz pxa255 processor, if you click on a button,
>> the response comes about a second later (I didn't exactly time this).
>> It's not usable.
>> It's been a while, end last year, I tried. Maybe things improved.
> I tried on my 600 MHz XScale and it's indeed dog slow but this is true
> for all gtk2 applications I tried.

I made my first try for my application in "native" GTK2, and it was usable.
I found designing it was a nightmare, if you are used to Delphi and
Lazarus. Of course if you know GTK2 by heart it would be easyer.
With "native" GTK2 I mean handcrafting all widgets and events. I
designed the GUI with Glade, and then converted the C-ouput to Pascal.


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