qt or gtk?

Elf Sternberg elf at halcyon.com
Mon Jun 18 02:53:34 EDT 2001

In article <slrn9ios1q.el.sill at sill.silmarill.org> 
    sill at optonline.net (Rainy) writes:

>>         Qt is distributed under the GNU Public License and TrollTech's
>> Commercial License.  What this means is that if you write a program
>> using Qt, you have two choices: you can distribute your program in the
>> whole, source code and all, or your can pay TrollTech's licensing
>> contract and keep your source code secret.  

>Is this true for both qt for X and qt for windows or only for X qt?

        The GNU Public License does not specify what operating systems
it applies to.  If you can build or modify the GPL version of QT to work
with the Windows operating system, then you can build GPL programs for
Windows with QT.


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