[clug] CLUG meeting 25 September 2003
jepri at webone.com.au
Tue Sep 23 20:12:51 EST 2003
You could use Mozilla. It's supposed to be an application framework
that you can extend in C++. I had a look at it a little while ago, but
couldn't figure out the chrome thing (or C++ for that matter).
Apparently it is quite powerful, but poorly documented. Still, it's
definately the most cross-platform thing you can find.
Darren Freeman wrote:
>On Mon, 2003-09-22 at 21:49, Brad Hards wrote:
>>OK so what else do people want to hear about?
>I want to hear about rapid prototyping of relatively portable GUI apps.
>I am hoping to get the same functionality in my lab that others have
>when using VB or VC++. Preferably in C++ or Python.
>I tried QT3 but found that it was really nice on Linux and not available
>free-as-in-beer on Windows. The last no-cost Windows version is 2.x and
>as a result my great GUI app was killed after it was half finished,
>since I couldn't be bothered going to QT2 and was thoroughly pissed off
>with the whole affair.
>Windows was only needed to run the National Instruments motion control
>card. It's so mega-proprietary you can't even plug it in without a
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