Making my library into a wxWidgets component

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Making my library into a wxWidgets component

Post by Rocketmagnet » Wed Jun 03, 2009 7:04 pm

Hi all,

For my project I have written a nice little publish/subscribe event library with a hierarchical name space (like CrystalSpace I think)

For example, a class can subscribe to message "liquidpcb.tools.switchto". Then, when a message is generated somewhere in the system like "liquidpcb.tools.switchto.arrowtool", the class will receive the message.

It has no connection to the wxWidgets event system, it's just for helping decouple classes within an application.

I find it very useful, and I'm sure other people would to. Perhaps it's something which could be integrated into wxWidgets. Is there a desire for this, and if so, how do I go about contributing this?

Many thanks

Hugo Elias

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Post by Auria » Thu Jun 04, 2009 12:34 am

Hi,

I'm not a wx-dev, and I reckon most people here are not. To get information about inclusion policies, I would suggest posting to the wx-devel mailing list.

Good luck
PS: It can live here inthe Code Dump in any case, your project sounds good :)
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Post by Rocketmagnet » Fri Jun 05, 2009 12:02 am

thanks Auria, I'll try that.

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