Advice on Qt User interface

Chani chanika at
Wed Oct 28 21:00:58 GMT 2009

On October 28, 2009 06:32:10 Parker Coates wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 23:51, Christoph Feck wrote:
> > Using Designer UI files rather than handwritten C++ code has some
> > advantages:
> >
> > + Obviously, this is WYSIWYG "coding", so you aren't surprised later. You
> > can even quickly test with different styles and fonts.
> I think you can argue this one either way. Sure with Designer you see
> the widget layout in real time, but I find specific details are easy
> to miss and can lead to surprises later.

but what designer produces is just xml files. so you *can* still read the 
source. :)
I guess not many people are in the habit of doing that, or looking at the diffs 
of ui files, though.

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