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 Post subject: GW.bas translate it to GW.java
Unread postPosted: Wed May 03, 2017 11:50 am 
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Hi everyone.
Hello mr. Mougino.
I have a question.

First I want to explain something.
It is not my intention to plagiarize your work.
It is not my intention to get credit or glory from your effort.

You know there is a JavaFx, it has a WebView control.
I was thinking about translating GWBasic.bas to GWJava.java,
and use it within the WebView control

The question is this:
Do you think I'm going to waste time on an impossible goal?

If there is any possibility of doing so.

Would you give me permission, to modify your GW.bas?

I hope I'm not braying like an ass.

I hope you can understand me, I'm using google translator.


I'm going to write the same thing in Spanish.
;;;============================================

Hola para todos.
Hola sr. Mougino.

Primero quiero hacer una aclaratoria.
No es mi intención robar, obtener créditos o gloria por su esfuerzo.
Pienso que es mejor partir de una librería que está hecha y funcionando bien.

Usted debe conocer que existe un JavaFX, este tiene un control llamado WebView.
Yo estuve pensando en la probabilidad de traducir GWBasic!.bas hacia GWJava.java,
y utilizarlo con el WebView control.

Las preguntas serían:
¿Piensa usted que voy a perder el tiempo en algo imposible?

De ser posible efectuar la traducción de GW.bas para GW.java.

¿Usted me daría permiso para efectuar esa labor?

Todos los créditos serían suyos, yo solo intentaría hacer los cambios si es
realizable.

Puede que esté rebuznando como burro, no lo sé.

Espero pueda entender mi punto de vista.


Greetings to all.


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 Post subject: Re: GW.bas translate it to GW.java
Unread postPosted: Wed May 03, 2017 4:12 pm 
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Hi IAO,

Can you give technical details of what you want to achieve ?

GW.bas already populates a webview instance opened with HTML.OPEN from RFO BASIC!
So I'm really not sure what you want to do and how differently.

Thanks!
Nicolas

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 Post subject: Re: GW.bas translate it to GW.java
Unread postPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 8:24 am 
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Hello again mr. Mougino.

It is difficult to explain for me in English.
But I do not want to do something technically special.

I was thinking about how to adapt GW.bas to a Class for Java language.

Then use that Class (eg GW.java class) with Netbean or Eclipse IDE,
then use the WebView control component, to have a "GUI" that is
Simple, Compact and Pretty.


It's just an idea I have in my head, I'm not sure it's possible to do.
That's why I'm asking you. I do not want to start making an impossible project.


I really like GW with "Classic Theme".
And for my concept the Java language with HTML5 technology is very, very powerful.



;;;============================================
Yesterday I saw and was testing TooBASIC (very nice) made by mr. Evolbug, but does
not have the include directive and I could not test GW.bas with TooBASIC.



I hope you can understand what I wrote.
If you can not understand it, I rearrange everything I wrote..

Greetings to all.
Thank you in advance for your patience.

Rubén.


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 Post subject: Re: GW.bas translate it to GW.java
Unread postPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 8:30 am 
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No problem understanding you ;)
But to be honest, I have no idea if your "concept" is doable, let's not talk how hard to implement...
So, if I follow you, you would create GUIs on the fly, in Java language, then compile an APK ?
Wouldn't it be easier and faster to use the integrated GUI tools in Android Studio ?
Pardon me if I didn't understand your need correctly.

Nicolas

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 Post subject: Re: GW.bas translate it to GW.java
Unread postPosted: Fri May 05, 2017 6:44 am 
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Heloooooooo.

Sometimes I think my explanation is very detailed.
But I can see that some detail is always missing.

Okay, imagine this scenario.
A solitary PC with WinXP, Java, Java SDK, Netbean IDE and Eclipse IDE .
No Internet, No Bluetooht, no WiFi.
No Android programming. No Phone programing.


Only based on programs for window pc desktop, without communication of any type.
Offline local programs (Java)
.

The idea of moving the functions of RFO Basic! to Java Methods, which will be inside
a class file (GW.java), is intended to run local programs (Offline), with less code y pretty GUI.

I can see all this idea I have, a little crazy ;) .
I'm asking you, because I do not want to waste time on an impossible project.

Now I think I conveyed the idea, much better.

Thanks.

Greetings to all.


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 Post subject: Re: GW.bas translate it to GW.java
Unread postPosted: Fri May 05, 2017 4:06 pm 
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You could write your GUI with GW and use the BASIC! Launcher in cable mode.

Else, what you describe is basically a PC-based GUI Composer ;)
It's interesting and it can totally be done, no doubt (since GW relies on jQuery Mobile which is multiplatform) but it's a heavy work.

Nicolas

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 Post subject: Re: GW.bas translate it to GW.java
Unread postPosted: Sat May 06, 2017 5:49 am 
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mougino wrote:
Else, what you describe is basically a PC-based GUI Composer ;)
Nicolas

I did not know how to ask directly, is a real problem.
Okay, I know now: PC-based GUI Composer. Thanks

mougino wrote:
It's interesting and it can totally be done, no doubt
Nicolas

His words have inspired me to try.
I'll try it step by step.

I know it's very hard, but I want to try.
I saw in the RFO BAsic folders (source, data ....) several jquery files, bootstraps and others.
I know it's a very heavy job. But I will try.

Thank you for spending your time with me, I am very grateful.
Merci beaucoup beaucoup ;)

;;;==============================================================
When I wrote those lines (up), I remembered something.
Tomorrow Sunday, France has presidential elections.
Luck for all France.

Liberté, égalité, fraternité ;)

Is all thanks. (c'est tout merci)
Merci beaucoup * 1000^Million+Infini
beaucoup beaucoup


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