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Topic: And spoke - MFC died... (-)

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Re: And spoke - MFC died... (-)

Well, judging by a forum, it is live as Delphi, approximately. Though, according to my impressions, even a little  Delphi. More died, suddenly, WTL.

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Re: And spoke - MFC died... (-)

Hello, Alexander G, you wrote: AG> More died, suddenly, WTL. And it is a pity.

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Re: And spoke - MFC died... (-)

Hello, flt, you wrote: F> And it is a pity. I think, WTL could live longer if only it was untwisted earlier. When the understanding of came how to write on With ++, and in particular, how to write programs with UI on a C ++ c usage WinAPI , the idea that UI on a C ++ with usage WinAPI  it is not necessary to write came also. Well and at MFC remains more heritages which also is is better protected from  by that misunderstanding of how it was necessary to write on With ++.

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Re: And spoke - MFC died... (-)

Hello, Alexander G, you wrote: AG> Hello, flt, you wrote: F>> And it is a pity. AG> I Think, WTL could live longer if only it was untwisted earlier. WTL th did not carry to quit in approximately at one time with C#. It did not allow to it to develop.

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Re: And spoke - MFC died... (-)

Hello, Alexander G, you wrote: AG> I Think, WTL could live longer if only it was untwisted earlier. Time for promotion at it was enough. Here only the last version practically does not differ from version 2002. WTL is "a sunset manually", with all pluses and minuses. For small utilities very conveniently, and applications is larger, say, with MDI and a heap of panels, with more refined handling of commands all is necessary  manually. At the same time in MFC all is from a box. AG> well and at MFC remains more heritages which also is is better protected from  by that misunderstanding of how it was necessary to write on With ++. There is such business.