Re: Flowgraphs for Gtk3!
- Date: Fri, 22 May 2015 08:56:17 +1000
- From: Daniel Kasak <d.j.kasak.dk@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Flowgraphs for Gtk3!
Excellent! I was actually just thinking about how I'd do this. I'd
very much like for this to work with the Perl bindings. I'll have a
chat to people in the gtk-perl list and see how difficult it would be
to make it work.
On Thu, May 21, 2015 at 1:24 PM, Lee Fallat <ircsurfer33@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Wow, absolutely fantastic Daniel (Dan?). I checked out the source and I
> can't believe how concise it is. Very clean. Another application I can see
> this for is in PulseAudio volume control, when users redirect audio from
> multiple sources to a sink.
> Once again, great job!
> On Wed, May 20, 2015 at 11:02 PM, Daniel Brendle <grindhold@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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>> Hi there!
>> I wanted to introduce you to a project that has been on my
>> "to-do"-stack for a long time. Now it grew to be somewhat presentable.
>> Meet our very own Blender-Node-Editor-like flowgraph library for Gtk3:
>> GtkFlow gives you a new Widget, the GtkFlow.NodeView you can add nodes
>> to this view that have inputs and outputs (so called sinks and sources
>> respectively). These Nodes and the connections between them can be
>> arranged by the user by dragging and dropping.
>> It provides an easy way for users to communicate to a program how
>> things interact and how things are connected.
>> If you develop UI (especially for GNOME-related stuff), please let
>> yourself be inspired how Flowgraphs could enhance your UI-concept.
>> Some usecases i thought about are:
>> - A GUI for GStreamer that you can build and export your GStreamer
>> pipelines from/to
>> - UI Replacement for GNURadio's Flowgraph implementation
>> - Video Compositing for PiTiVi
>> I am eager to hear about your thoughts of possible usecases and
>> especially for feedback about the library itself.
>> If anyone can use it, i'd also be happy about helpers that engage in
>> pushing the project further.
>> Yours, Grindhold
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