Re: GUI programming
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On 01/17/08 03:53, Magnus Therning wrote:
> Jozef Peterka wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> just a short note: there are MANY popular toolkits, mostly qt(KDE),
>> gtk(GNOME), wx, etc. etc.
>> But, you are probably asking about multiplatformness of those. So let
>> see ... look at all the great mozilla software, they are writen with GTK
>> + toolkit, and as you can now firefox, thunderbird etc. are well running
>> both on linux, bsd(s) and windows - maybe gtk+ is what you are looking
> AFAIK mozilla is written on top of /all/ those toolkits (QT, GTK,
> Windows), with an insulating abstraction layer. So that happens to be a
> bad example.
> IIRC wxwidgets basically is such an abstraction layer, which might make
> it very suitable toolkit to use.
wxwidgets 2.8 was released more than a year ago, but according to
threads on debian-devel which come up on a regular basis, it still
hasn't been packaged by Debian, because there are so many
outstanding upstream bugs.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
"I'm not a vegetarian because I love animals, I'm a vegetarian
because I hate vegetables!"
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