[R-SIG-Mac] Speaking of GUIs on the Mac...
jago at mclink.it
Wed Apr 28 12:39:59 CEST 2004
Surely, I wanted just to fix at least the problems with async logs.
On Apr 28, 2004, at 11:56 AM, Simon Urbanek wrote:
> On Apr 27, 2004, at 4:21 PM, Byron Ellis wrote:
>> Are Stefano and Simon going to unveil the reason for the mysterious
>> bundle loading code present in the Aqua module now that we've passed
>> the 1.9.0 mark? An iTerm-based console perhaps? Something even
>> cooler? Pluggable interfaces? We burn with curiosity :-)
> Stefano, can't we make a R-sig-mac-only release of the Cocoa stuff?
> Just for those few interested ;)?
> Byron, conception-wise we have a pluggable interface (it's not 100%
> clean yet, because we still need to replace some Carbon stuff - think
> of all the objects browsers, editors and similar bells and whistles
> that Carbon R had), and a nice Cocoa implementation of the basic
> console. The Cocoa code includes the Obj-C interface to R (we use it
> e.g. in code completion part) that I was speaking of while ago.
> Currently the main problem are time constrains (especially on my side)
> since a real release would need more polishing. Also synchronization
> issues between threads aren't resolved yet (need to modify Quartz for
> Event loop stuff is still not sorted out and I doubt it will be any
> time soon (both technical and time constraints). OT: In that respect
> my biggest hope is our JGR project which in the end will provide and
> integrate seamlessly all: GUI, graphics and widgets (first private DP
> release for Mac and Win is expected this week).
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