On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 08:51:49AM +0100, Paul J Collins wrote:
> There is so much useful stuff in glib that you might as well use it if
> it's available on your target platform. Let's face it, who finds
> writing list modules interesting these days? And since GTK and Glib
> are entirely separate these days, there shouldn't be any need to worry
> about using it for a non-GTK app.
I just prefer to keep the number of dependencies to a minimum. Nothing I
hate more than trying to install a bit of software, apt-get install
doesn't work so I get the source only to find out it depends on 10 libs
each of which are in turn dependent on 10 more.
The glib stuff is good, but I'd only use it if I was usin a lot of
Bother, said Pooh, as he found the smack contained talc.
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