Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 4th Jan 2010 18:29 UTC, submitted by martini
OS/2 and eComStation For some months now, independent developers have been working on a Qt4 port for eComStation, and it's almost ready. Some Qt4 applications have been ported to eCS, as well. This project is funded by donations from the eCS-OS2 community and currently they have 82% of the needed sum.
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RE[3]: Qt is the future
by moondevil on Tue 5th Jan 2010 11:47 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Qt is the future"
moondevil
Member since:
2005-07-08

Couldn't agree more.

Pascal has a special place on my heart for being one of the first programming languages I used. Turbo Pascal was great as environment.

But Pascal as a mainstream language is dead. I only see it as a legacy language, and I can say most developers I know see it the same way as I.

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RE[4]: Qt is the future
by dylansmrjones on Tue 5th Jan 2010 12:54 in reply to "RE[3]: Qt is the future"
dylansmrjones Member since:
2005-10-02

In that case you don't know what is happening around the place.

Object Pascal (particularly in Delphi shape) is a quite common language for development. And when it comes to lazarus, it definitely is used quite a bit. It is no more legacy than .Net.

And I won't even bother to answer all the nonsens and FUD about Lazarus and LCL.

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RE[5]: Qt is the future
by moondevil on Tue 5th Jan 2010 14:17 in reply to "RE[4]: Qt is the future"
moondevil Member since:
2005-07-08

Sorry but I do.

Just go to online job agencies like Monster and let me know how many Delphi jobs are you finding.

How many games, web sites, high performance computing, new desktop applications and so on are being done in Delphi?

Here in Europe very few, most of the Delphi jobs I get to know about are for maintenance work.

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