Would switching to Qt be a good idea?
haddayn at gmail.com
Mon Jul 25 18:20:20 CEST 2022
I believe you misunderstood me.
I was referring specifically to examples you provided. The only thing
they demonstrate is that in GTK+ a window must be created explicitly
whereas in Qt it is created implicitly.
I am not too familiar with GTK, but I know Qt internals fairly well
and can say that Qt is kind of messy. So I don't think rewriting XFCE
in Qt is worth it. That entails a complete rewrite which means we'll
just get yet another DE.
On Sun, 17 Jul 2022 at 03:20, samuel ammonius <sfammonius at gmail.com> wrote:
> Qt uses the same system as GTK for handling events, only the signal is a function pointer instead of a string. What you described was just a silly mistake. I understand from experience that silly mistakes can make someone dislike a library or even entire programming language, but it doesn't mean that that library/language is bad.
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