Hello. I don't really want to write a plug-in for RealBasic per se. As per prior questions I find the C++ GUI's (especially Qt) extremely difficult. While not GNU I have to give RealBasic credit for writing a GUI interface that is much more intuitive than Qt. Therefore I would like to use RealBasic's GUI to enter data, and then execute C++ programs I have already written. The C++ application is some datamining software I use for my peculiar area of research. All I need to do is store data entry from RealBasic into to a file and then when the C++ program is executed it reads the RealBasic generated "parameters" file and knows how to process the file in question. I was running the C++ application from the console, and entering parameters with a spreadsheet form, but now want to pretty all up with a customized GUI. So the outline is:
Begin RealBasic --> data entry --> RealBasic stores data entry into file "parameters.txt" --> RealBasic quits and C++ program takes over -->
C++ loads parameters.txt and also File_to_be_mined.txt --> C++ writes processed file.
It is the passing of the baton from RealBasic to G++ that I can't figure out
I use G++ under Linux Fedora 7. I checked VB, but use RealBasic
Please if possible write the exact command(s) I need (a snippet) if such exists.
I appreciate your help in advance