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Qt GUI feature suggestion thread

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at any rate wxwidgets will be the new interface for all platforms, pretty nearly complete too, just working on a few things within the core and so forth among other things

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That is too bad, Qt is such a great multi-platform framework.

 

I hope the non-gui version will still not depend on gtk.

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I beg to differ WxWidgets is a great multiplatform toolkit that uses native api instead of drawn widgets that simulates so on windows it uses winapi, linux uses gtk and osx cocoa but using primarily one toolkit and this new interface code is pretty feature complete compared to the old qt interface one that we had going before.

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I'm a packager for Chakra Linux, which focuses on KDE only. So my choice for a framework will always be biased. I was not saying that WxWidgets was a bad choice, it is probably as good as Qt. The only downside is that, in a KDE based desktop, GTK apps still look off.

 

I was only interested in a Qt Gui so I could compile against that and add vba-m to our repo, since we do not allow GTK apps there. I'll keep maintaining the Gtk version in our user repo then.

 

Thanks for your information.

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