Andy Gimblett-2 wrote:
> Possibly.  Care to expand?  If you have a more elegant solution, which  
> fits in well with ordinary wxHaskell, I'd be interested.

I believe there are a few experimental frameworks built on top of wxHaskell
which use Functional Reactive Programming, like Phooey . They seem to be more
ellegant, but probably less practical for now since they are still
experimental. I just thought that FRP is more suitable for Haskell but
probably in case of wxHaskell it is not a case. Sorry if it was off topic.
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