Re: [dev] Suckless word processing solution?

From: Anselm R Garbe <>
Date: Wed, 23 Sep 2009 14:12:28 +0100

2009/9/23 Илья Илембитов <>:
>>> But there is also another point: Tk may be bad or not, but I can't really think of any major apps based >on it - apart from Tkabber. I'm not saying that it's bad just because it's not popular, but the thing is, that
>>many users wouldn't like to add any additional dependencies (that is, a toolkit or an additional
>>programming language) just because of one program. This is why one should stick with the toolkit that is
>>used by the target audience. And speaking of the lightweight environments, the most popular toolkit is
> Not sure, that I'm following your train of thought. What do you mean?

I mean saying that GTK forms lightweight environments should rather be
"GTK forms default environments" nowadays on Linux.
But that's no justification to use GTK. Just because OpenOffice is
installed by default on Ubuntu it doesn't mean that you should use it.

Kind regards,
Received on Wed Sep 23 2009 - 13:12:28 UTC

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