Linked by Nth_Man on Fri 5th Jul 2013 21:42 UTC
Qt Qt 5.1 has been released. It brings several enhancements, Qt Quick Controls, Qt Sensors, a much better C++11, Wayland and OpenGL support, and the development of Android and iOS applications is very usable for a large number of use cases. In related news, the LXDE desktop prepares the change to Qt.
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RE[2]: heh
by moondevil on Sat 6th Jul 2013 05:54 UTC in reply to "RE: heh"
moondevil
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2005-07-08

Is QT a dream to work with? Does it work extremely well on most common platforms? Yes to both. Do I think it'll suddenly become more popular than GTK in the Linux world? I doubt it.


This is more to do with C++ vs C than Qt vs GTK.

I was there in the beginning, before GNOME existed, so I do remember those flamewars, that were based in language and license than technical merit.

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