Re: gui c/c++ programming
On Tue, 15 Oct 2002 21:37:09 -0400, Kevin Coyner <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've recently took a college level course in beginning C, and then a
> follow-on course in C and C++. I enjoyed learning the basics of the
> languages and now want to pursue it further.
> One of the things I'd like to be able to do is put together simple
> programs so that the user of the program can execute the program from a
> GUI rather than CLI. At this point all I know is CLI programming.
> So, can anyone point out what they think the best toolsets are for
> learning how to write GUI interfaces in C/C++? So far I've found that
> Qt seems to have a lot geared towards the beginner. Am I correct in
> that assumption? I also like the fact that programs written in Qt are
> portable to other platforms.
> Just looking for some color on how to get started in this area.
You might want to take a look at the Debian package glade, though I'm
not completely sure it is what you want. But it seems nice and quite
usable. And there are tutorials on the web for it.