|Posted by mispunt at Apr 27, 2004 12:17:16 AM|
Re: Standard gui
You forgot MacOS X, the web front ends, the handheld front ends, etc.
Yes I rememberd me when I had post it, and I forgot to change it.
2) Crossplatform interfaces do not necessarily serve anyone well. They are forced to meet the lowest common denominator of each platform they serve. That means the software for each platform is poorer than it might have been if it had been custom written for that platform and had been allowed to take advantage of platform-specific features.
I do not agree with this, it is possible to put platform independand code into the source (example: #ifdef win32)
3) There aren't any decent crossplatform frameworks. Qt is very expensive and incompatible with our license on Windows & Mac. wxWindows is being looked into, but has some deficiencies, compared to KDE/Qt, for example.That could be trough, I don't really know, but I understnad it now
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