Re: Cells in a window

> I think that a GtkEntry would do for the input part...

Unless the input should be more like a 'console'?

I think someone got readline working in a zvt, that could be appropriate
in this case.

> For the output, I don't think you could do that with the zvterm, maybe you
> should have a look at the gnome-canvas...

Well, again, if it is just textual output, it could be suitable.  If
you need multiple or proportional fonts or other graphics components,
then it probably isn't.

Hassan, you could either just add additional 'toplevel' windows (which
display on their own), or you could use a notebook so the windows are
separate 'tabs' in the same window, or you could use the mdi stuff ...

You could also make each output display a bonobo component and use

There are many possibilities.


> Olivier.
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: Hassan Aurag <aurag@CRM.UMontreal.CA>
> Para: <>
> Fecha: Miércoles, 27 de Octubre de 1999 08:19 p.m.
> Asunto: Cells in a window
> > Hi,
> >
> >It's me again. I hope I am not bugging people too much!
> >
> >Here goes. In my GMatH project, my idea was and still is to have a window
> composed of cells a la Mathematica: one input cell and one output cell.
> >
> >As a starter I used the module, but I am not sure it can handle
> this. So before going deep into this I wanted to ask your guru's advice.
> >
> >The input cells will handle text, the output cells will display either text
> or graphics, exactly like Mathematica. What is the best starting point?
> >
> >Do I create a subwindow, and add subwindows to it at each input output or
> is there a more intelligent way of doing this?
> >
> >
> >Thanks again
> >
> >H. Aurag
> >
> >
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