Why GTK+ will prevail, and what needs to be done

s s greatredshark at yahoo.ca
Sat Jan 29 04:15:35 GMT 2005

> Actually I just had another thought on this; Isn't
> Gtk just a C toolkit
> and not an OO C++ kit like qt?
> If so and I think that is the case wouldn't it be at
> least an order of
> magnitude harder to port from an Object-Oriented C++
> toolkit to a non OO
> C kit than to annother OO C++ toolkit like qt?  It
> seems to me that you
> would have to start almost from scratch. 
Porting code directly from OO to non-OO might be hard,
but maybe if it was planned carefully and a general
method for mapping between OO and non-OO was
investigated beforehand, it might not be so scary.

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