> Conall O'Brien wrote:
>> If you're talking about the GUI builder Glade, be wary of it. I was
>> working on a college project over the last 3 months which was written
>> using GTK using Glade. With the deadline fast approaching, I ended up
>> switching to Qt, mainly becasue Glade generates GTK code that isn't
>> always what you want...
Thanks for the heads up. Qt will be for another day though.
On Thu, 22 Apr 2004 12:08:46 +0100, <P at draigBrady.com> wrote:
> I've no experience with glade generated code,
> but I've found no problems with libglade, it's excellent.
> I've a presentation and 2 example (python) applications here:
Thanks for that. I reckon Im sorted now.
Tried libglade, and it worked fine with my test app on win/lin
Cheers for the pointers.
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