On Fri, Mar 16, 2001 at 10:44:00AM +0000, Gerard Gorman mentioned:
> Well that's it really. I have to commit to one of these for a new
> application (with lots of openGL) and I'm weighing up the pro's and
> con's of using QT or GTK. So far I'm only thinking that I might prefer
> to use GTK simply because I can write all the application in c (rather
> than Cspit spit). The only concern is that QT, while it is GPL friendly,
> it is not itself GPL. So is there a chance that they will change their
> licensing a couple of years down the line (thus shafting me).
Licensing shouldnt' worry you too much. In fact, the fact that QT is semi
commerical could be handy, if you want some sort of support down the
Try out the OpenGL widgets for both of them, and see which is furthest
along - stability would be my main concern, to be honest.
And, bear in mind that though most people have GTK installed, not that
many people have QT installed.
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