Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 14th Feb 2009 12:55 UTC
Google A major complaint about Google's Chrome web browser has been that so far, it is still not available on anything other than Windows. Google promised to deliver Chrome to Mac OS X and Linux as well, but as it turns out, this is a little harder than they anticipated, Ben Goodger, Google's Chrome interface lead, has explained in an email. It has also been revealed what toolkit the Linux version of Chrome will use: Gtk+.
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RE[4]: Google is not one company
by vivainio on Sat 14th Feb 2009 20:49 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Google is not one company"
vivainio
Member since:
2008-12-26

Because they bought out a competing toolkit for a song, and then put out some encouraging press releases to appease the bought up natives? Where are the products?

You can't really expect the products to come out this quickly after they purchased Trolltech, and public discussion about technical details is prevented by NDAs.

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sbergman27 Member since:
2005-07-24

Wow. I have one guy on one side hammering me about how QT is going LGPL and another guy on the other side hammering me about how we can't see the wonderful benefits of QT due to NDA agreements. Fantastic community. How can I join? Is there an NDA involved?

Edited 2009-02-14 20:54 UTC

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darknexus Member since:
2008-07-15

Sorry, didn't mean to sound harsh, was just pointing out that QT 4.5 is going to be licensed under the LGPL. Therefore, it's not expensive anymore. I'm not Pro QT, I'm Pro GNOME, just interested in having the most accurate info possible out there.

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vivainio Member since:
2008-12-26

Wow. I have one guy on one side hammering me about how QT is going LGPL and another guy on the other side hammering me about how we can't see the wonderful benefits of QT due to NDA agreements. Fantastic community. How can I join? Is there an NDA involved?

Of course you can hear about benefits of Qt - you just won't see what Nokia is up to as far as their products (phones) go immediately.

If anything, Qt development is moving to a more open model with LGPL license and other future changes to the development flow (acceptance of outside contributions without copyright assignment etc).

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