Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 24th Dec 2005 21:33 UTC, submitted by anonymous
GTK+ "This article, the first in a three-part series, introduces you to the world of GTK+. It explains what GTK+ is, why you should consider using it, and the benefits it provides. Together with the rest of the series, this installment provides enough introductory information that, if you decide to use GTK+ in your own projects, you'll know where to look for further materials."
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RE[4]: Why use Qt4?
by segedunum on Sun 25th Dec 2005 00:33 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Why use Qt4?"
segedunum
Member since:
2005-07-06

are those features even necessary? no, they're not. they just confuse. remember those devices that tried to do everything? - they were always buggy.

Let's cover up for Banshee's total lack of functionality and complete immaturity. I never cease to be amused by the excuses people come up with for GTK and Gnome apps.

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RE[5]: Why use Qt4?
by Johann Chua on Sun 25th Dec 2005 00:47 in reply to "RE[4]: Why use Qt4?"
Johann Chua Member since:
2005-07-22

Tried Amarok on my PC (Pentium III-750, EPoX Cu-133a+ motherboard, 320MB PC133 RAM, 8MB SiS 6326 videocard, 80GB Seagate 7200.7 ST31800; Ubuntu 5.10). I sufferred massive slowdown (HDD indicator was lit up constantly). I like the features (e.g., the global keyboard shortcuts), but I think I need to add more RAM and maybe upgrade the CPU if I'm going to use it regularly.

Banshee is pretty buggy, but at least it runs fine most of the time.

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