[openbox] Why not C++?
danakj at orodu.net
Sat Mar 3 14:19:28 EST 2007
On 3/3/07, eveel <ezd at 2-u.ru> wrote:
> Dana Jansens wrote:
> > Openbox uses glib for things like lists and hashtables and
> > portability.
> The C++ has a _native_ lists (std::list) and hashtables (std::map).
Yes, both toolkits can provide what Openbox needs.
> What about portability?
Things like guint32, which is a platform independent 32-bit unsigned data-type.
> GLib is too huge, and Openbox almost doesn't use the all features of the
GLib is too huge? Last I checked Openbox was made for desktop
computers, not cell phones. I don't think these kinds of sizes are
worth spending any time thinking about.
But just to alleviate your worries..
/usr/lib/libglib-2.0.so.0.1200.4 = 596640 bytes
/usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6.0.8 = 888612 bytes
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