Gerard Gorman said:
> 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).
From what I've heard, I'd go for Qt+Designer nowadays, as Glade has
suffered some code rot recently due to a lack of attention. KDE 2.1 is
*very* nice nowadays, quite nicely integrated and polished all-round.
GTK+ is of course motoring on at high speed, it's just Glade that's
suffering; Designer's a nicer, and more reliable, UI editor.
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