Zinc designer

morden morden at shadows.net
Wed Jan 15 22:53:42 CET 2003

Cliff Wells wrote:

> On Wed, 2003-01-15 at 13:19, morden wrote:
> >Did anyone modify Zinc designer to generate (and preferably read back)
> >Python code instead of binary .dat files?
> Isn't Zinc a proprietary product?  How would it be possible to modify
> it?  Further, it's written in C++, not Python, so how is it related to
> Python in any way?

There were sources back in versions 4.X and 5.0 dunno about the recent 
version. Basically what I want is to throw away my dat file (it gets 
corrupted once in a while and being binary there is no much use for 
revision control), keep menus as Python code that is loaded/saved by 
Zinc Designer.

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