Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 17th Mar 2003 22:49 UTC
Graphics, User Interfaces So many operating systems and so many graphical desktop environments... This article is a comparison of the UI and usability of several Desktop Environments (DEs), that have been widely used, admired and reviled: Windows XP Luna, BeOS 6 (Dano/Zeta), Mac OS X Aqua and Unix's KDE and Gnome. Read on which one got our best score on our long term test and usage.
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The article says "GTK-- is there as a C++ wrapper to GTK+, but it ain't elegant or easy to use". gtkmm hasn't even been called "GTK--" since November 2001. This suggests that the author hasn't actually looked at it. That's fair enough, nobody knows everything, but in that case it's best not to express strong opinions about it.

As ever, we would be interested to hear about any specific problems - most people find gtkmm to be clear and easy. If you can get your head around MFC's bizarre undocumented API, as you suggest, then gtkmm is going to be a walk in the park.