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RE: [seul-edu] EduML questions

No problem...............I actually thought about GTK when I started, I like
the way Qt handles a few things.  Plus there was a really cool Qt code
generator at the time I started.  I seriously hate GUI programming and
having a tool to draw the interface and generate the code is great, although
I believe these now exist for GTK also.

The Windows port is a really nice idea.  My code should compile with little
or no modification under Windows if you have Qt for Windows, however, we all
know, that isn't free like the Linux version (for non commercial use).
Hmmmm.....maybe I will switch to GTK..... I Like C a WHOLE bunch more than


	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Eric Sandeen [SMTP:sandeen@jump.net]
	Sent:	Wednesday, January 05, 2000 3:31 PM
	To:	seul-edu@seul.org
	Subject:	Re: [seul-edu] EduML questions

	Well, because I'm a GTK zealot, and I don't know anything about Qt.

	Seriously, though, one of the reasons I want to do a GTK version is
	keep the possibility of a Windows port open.  
	I'll certainly take a look at yours, and collaborate if I can -
	we can bounce some GUI ideas off each other, at least... or if yours
	modular enough, reuse some of the bits?


	"Culp, David" wrote:
	> Hey!!!., why don't you help me out with my gradebook app.  You can
view it
	> and download it at www.linuxlots.com/~dwculp
	> Its getting there, but still has a LONG way to go.  Was learning
	> (slowly) to make a transition to an XML based file format.
	> David Culp