Lately I’ve been pretty busy with my job but I’ve found the time to go on with two projects.
gSox : My Sox GUI
I was blocked by the AROS sox version which was outdated and didn’t work very well with my GUI program, especially because its output was messed up, so I asked for a fresh build and a nice AROS user has provided the new build which is working fine! Unfortunatly it outputs informations in a different format compared to the Windows version (because they are two different versions), so to let it work with my GUI I have to remap my output parser to catch this gsox format as well. Boring work, but I’ll do it 🙂
Yes, I know, HGui seems a never ending story… but this time I’m motivated to release my GUI framework written entirely using Hollywood without any external dependancies. It will run on every supported system by Hollywood with a ton of features and customization possibilities that i will list soon!
I’m very proud of this work: it was one of the biggest work done with Hollywood and in the end it runs very nice.
I’ve built many applications using my HGui library but one final step was needed: writing proper documentation… well… after all this time the good news is that I’ve almost finished to do this extremely boring (but necessary) task and as soon as I’ll have reorganized some examples and demos i will release HGui for all Hollywood coders around the world so stay tuned if you are interested 🙂
About how HGui will be released:
– Free for all on my github repo
– Docs also will be on github as well as some basic examples and demos
– More in depth demos and examples will be released only for my beloved Patrons 😀
Here is an image of HGui at work