Nice, I didn't know this. Perhaps this might finally convince people that
2.9 is indeed good enough for the production use (does anybody have any
idea about how many copies of this application are/will soon be installed
I'll mention this on the news page, can't resist the temptation to update
twice in a single day, this has probably never happened before during >15
years of this page existence :-)
Vadim Zeitlin <va...@wxwidgets.org> wrote:
> Perhaps this might finally convince people that 2.9 is indeed good
> enough for the production use (does anybody have any idea about how
> many copies of this application are/will soon be installed
The fact that Google uses wx-2.9.x might finally convince wxWidgets
people that 2.9.x is indeed good enough so that (finally) wxWidgets-3.0
can be released. :-)
-- One who sees inaction in action, and action in inaction, is intelligent among men, and he is in the transcendental position, although engaged in all sorts of activities.
In message <CAKB8V+pCfmr3DvUMBA8kfzt38_QgqCtkEvx+f_9v0W-Z0rU...@mail.gmail.com>, Bryan Petty <br...@ibaku.net> writes
>On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 12:41 PM, Steve Lamerton
>> Thanks for pointing this out! Interestingly (for me anyway) is that a
>> quick look on Windows with Spy++ indicates that it uses wxWebView for
>> the sign in page.
>Awesome, congratulations Steve, I bet that feels good getting that
>kind of appreciation for your work!
>I guess Google actually does put some effort into making use of the
>work they paid for in GSoC besides just encouraging students to get
>involved with open source. :)