On Mon, 6 Jun 2011, J=F6rn Nettingsmeier wrote:
> just as a small reminder before we all go misty-eyed over the horrible=20
I agree in principle, but part of the reason the Linux community has=20
been so accepting of this is because of the history of *awful* device=20
drivers vendors have written on the occasions when they have decided to=20
provide their own. Intel seems to have the hang of it now with some of=20
their stuff, but for the most part, Linux users have gotten to where=20
nothing scares them more than driver code that was written by a hardware=20
> the problem is that everyone i talked to told me fltk is on its way=20
I never got this obsession with everything having to use one toolkit=20
that everybody has. I always thought one of the strengths of X11 was=20
that you can use whatever toolkits and window managers you want. If=20
you've got a working app that's built on FLTK, for gosh sake, be happy!
+ Brent A. Busby=09 +
+ Sr. UNIX Systems Admin +=09Vote for Cthulhu.
+ University of Chicago=09 +
+ James Franck Institute +=09Why settle for the lesser evil?