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reply "Nic Tiger" <tiger7 progtech.ru> writes:
Hi folks,

Surely someone used Qt toolkit both in Windows and Linux.
I have several questions:

1) What is Qt: thin GUI layer, or full GUI environment?
2) Does Qt application look essentially the same in Windows and in Linux?
3) Does Qt use the same GUI rules both in Windows and in Linux?
4) What compilers are used to compile Qt in Windows and in Linux?
5) Does Qt provide support for any GUI rules (e.g. right mouse clicks on
buttons) or it is restricted to it's own idioms?

Thanks ahead,
Sincerely yours.

Nic Tiger.
Apr 26 2003
parent reply Arjan Knepper <ask me.to> writes:
Take a look at their website http://www.trolltech.com

And compare Opera for windows with Opera for Linux/FreeBSD 
http:/www.opera.com

There is a 30 day evaluation download available. And also the 2.3.0 Non 
Commercial version for VC is available.

1. Full Gui
2. Yes
3. ?? Yes I guess
4. VC & Borland native, but I guess it is possible to make it work with 
DMC, intel en gcc on Unix
5. ?? Yes I guess

Arjan

Nic Tiger wrote:
 Hi folks,
 
 Surely someone used Qt toolkit both in Windows and Linux.
 I have several questions:
 
 1) What is Qt: thin GUI layer, or full GUI environment?
 2) Does Qt application look essentially the same in Windows and in Linux?
 3) Does Qt use the same GUI rules both in Windows and in Linux?
 4) What compilers are used to compile Qt in Windows and in Linux?
 5) Does Qt provide support for any GUI rules (e.g. right mouse clicks on
 buttons) or it is restricted to it's own idioms?
 
 Thanks ahead,
 Sincerely yours.
 
 Nic Tiger.
 
 

Apr 26 2003
parent "Nic Tiger" <tiger7 progtech.ru> writes:
Thanks!

"Arjan Knepper" <ask me.to> wrote in message
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 Take a look at their website http://www.trolltech.com

 And compare Opera for windows with Opera for Linux/FreeBSD
 http:/www.opera.com

 There is a 30 day evaluation download available. And also the 2.3.0 Non
 Commercial version for VC is available.

 1. Full Gui
 2. Yes
 3. ?? Yes I guess
 4. VC & Borland native, but I guess it is possible to make it work with
 DMC, intel en gcc on Unix
 5. ?? Yes I guess

 Arjan

 Nic Tiger wrote:
 Hi folks,

 Surely someone used Qt toolkit both in Windows and Linux.
 I have several questions:

 1) What is Qt: thin GUI layer, or full GUI environment?
 2) Does Qt application look essentially the same in Windows and in


 3) Does Qt use the same GUI rules both in Windows and in Linux?
 4) What compilers are used to compile Qt in Windows and in Linux?
 5) Does Qt provide support for any GUI rules (e.g. right mouse clicks on
 buttons) or it is restricted to it's own idioms?

 Thanks ahead,
 Sincerely yours.

 Nic Tiger.


Apr 26 2003