Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 9th May 2011 21:14 UTC, submitted by Elv13
Qt Since Nokia announced its switch to Windows Phone 7, people have been worried about the future of Qt. Well, it turns out Nokia is still going full steam ahead with Qt, since it has just announced the plans for Qt 5. Some major changes are afoot code and functionality-wise, but the biggest change is that Qt 5 will be developed out in the open from day one (unlike Qt 4). There will be no distinction between a Nokia developer or third party developer.
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RE[5]: Comment by ephracis
by Elv13 on Tue 10th May 2011 05:03 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Comment by ephracis"
Elv13
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It is autogenerated and as far as I know, nobody use it. Sometime, doing a clean C++ reimplementation is a better idea. C# -> Qt is possible. After all, if you use mono, your code will still use .NET "stdl" instead Qt "stdl", so it wont work that well. Then I am not sure how it handle signal and slots. It work fine in Python and did worked fine in Java, but I am not sure about C#. If the apps is less than 5K LOC, I would consider a rewrite, it will be easier than debugging a binding that your alone to use.

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