22 Feb 2002 pphaneuf   » (Journeyer)


This is really weird. In my last diary entry, I was wondering where all of the people that wanted a lightweight component system went when I gave them XPLC. Maybe they went to Korelib, which is so close to XPLC (and also seemed to appear 8 month after XPLC came out) that I wonder if they didn't read my article and went their way? I just fired off an e-mail to the project lead.

It's pretty nice, from what I can see, doing things slightly differently: very Qt/KDE oriented (but still independent), more complicated to use (but is more featureful than the current XPLC release) and uses strings instead of UUIDs for identifying components (potential for collisions, but easier to use), etc...

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