At the risk of being flamed : State of software

Attila Csipa plists at
Sat Aug 25 01:14:53 CEST 2007

On Saturday 25 August 2007 00:07:30 Tilman Baumann wrote:
> The limitation is that you have to use it. If you like it or not.
> Or in other words, you don't code for the project unless you are a QT
> nerd.

? Don't really see a difference with regard to GTK+ here - while you may 
prefer one of the two, that doesn't free you from having to learn how to use 
your GUI (if you already know GTK+, that's not QTs fault, and that goes the 
other way round, too). As for c++, it's all c++ on the inside, but nobody is 
beating you with a stick to use it from c++, there are bindings for quite a 
lot of non-nerd languages out there (just like GTK, what a coincidence :).

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