I don't think I understood what you mean but... X Window System and (I think) Windows API too upon which Redkite is built doesn't provide any file browsers dialogs or a way to open the system native one, you have to develop them. There is a need to add dependency of GTK etc for those native... that is against the purpose of Redkite GUI toolkit for self-sufficient GUI plugins. For example, as you can see it depends of GTK - https://github.com/mlabbe/nativefiledialogKott wrote:Actually I don't know what is worse ) Someone uses system, someone implements their own.iurie wrote: Since I am going to make Geonkick cross-platform I need also a cross-platform file browser, so I have started to implement it by using C++17 file system features.
Also, I wanted to mention that I have fixed the problem regarding crash thanks to Kott's reported issue and there is a need to updated Redkite from the master and rebuild Geonkick with the Redkite 0.5.2 if someone experienced the same problem. Thank for your help!