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#Actualrenega_666

Posted 07 May 2013 - 09:35 AM

im using C++ and SFML

 

I see the following options:

  - use a gui library created specifically for the sfml such as sfgui

  - use a standard and cross platform c++ gui library and create your specific widget which use SFML under the hood. (there are examples on how to make a sfml widget for Qt or wxWidgets)

  - create your app with a high level language such as Python or C#. To make the glue between your app and your c++ library you can create custom bindings (look at swig or cython) or use a tcp/ip connection.


#1renega_666

Posted 07 May 2013 - 09:34 AM

im using C++ and SFML

 

I see the following ways:

  - use a gui library created specifically for the sfml such as sfgui

  - use a standard and cross platform c++ gui library and create your specific widget which use SFML under the hood. (there are examples on how to make a sfml widget for Qt or wxWidgets)

  - create your app with a high level language such as Python or C#. To make the glue between your app and your c++ library you can create custom bindings (look at swig or cython) or use a tcp/ip connection.


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