Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 11th Apr 2006 17:43 UTC, submitted by Sekou DIAKITE
KDE The KDE Look and Feel Project is a GPL-licenced Swing pluggable look and feel which uses Qt and KDE for the drawing of widgets. KDE Look and Feel implements most of the Java Look and Feel API including dialogs (ColorChooser, FileChooser, etc.).
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by JacobMunoz on Tue 11th Apr 2006 19:56 UTC in reply to ".NET"
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"so he's not used to things like"
- as we've never met, I can safely say you don't know what I'm used to...

"clean design"
- is something that you can do in any platform/framework, no matter how bass-ackwords it is. The 'namespace' and 'region' features make things very clean, have you ever written anything in .Net? I'm no fan of Microsoft, but sometimes (rarely, but yes it happens) they do come out with something okay.

"writing code"
- ouch. I've only been writing code in C++, PHP, bash,, Javascript, Java, perl, and python - some for the past thirteen years. Gawd forbid a tool that automates some of the grunt work be used, it's only the year 2006. I must be a traitor to the keyboard - having an illicit affair with the mouse - I guess.

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