link: Gui4Cli
desc: simple event driven language with which you can create and control GUIs

WINDOW #CENTER #CENTER 200 100 'My 1st gui'

guiOpen #this

guiQuit #this

// -- ------------------------------------------------------
// Button declaration - Left Top Width Height Title
// --------------------------------------------------------

XBUTTON 30 35 145 40 'Click Me!'
guiQuit #this

so, if you want to create a quick GUI it is a nice tool :alright:

btw, it has an interpreter that sits in the tray area and the code is the script in text form.
Posted on 2004-01-21 04:36:19 by TBD
How did I miss this?! :alright:
Posted on 2004-01-27 17:20:03 by bitRAKE
So you made simple window and what can you do with this ??? I dont get the purpose of this app. ??
Posted on 2004-01-27 18:29:32 by AceEmbler
AceEmbler: it was just a simple example to show you how easy is to create a GUI :)

btw, if you CTRL+right click on any object you can move/resize and with CTRL+S it will save the changes in GUI -> resource editor built-in.

example of usage: you have a command line program with a lot of options and you want to make a simple GUI for it.
Posted on 2004-01-28 01:28:54 by TBD
awesome! never heard about it... talk about setting up easily dynamic windows. Many possibilities...:grin:
Posted on 2004-01-28 01:35:19 by arkane