python GUIs comparison (want)
david at boddie.org.uk
Wed Oct 25 14:22:43 CEST 2006
Fredrik Lundh wrote:
> Christophe wrote:
> > Even if you consider that the huge time saving you get out of using Qt
> > is worth more than what you pay to acquire a licence?
> then it sounds like a combination between "it's a silver bullet!" and
> "commercial software is better than free software!".
Well, nobody's stopping you from paying the commercial license fee (to
get access to support services) and releasing software under the GPL.
> no matter how good Qt is, the reality is that if you spend that much
> time on the UI implementation parts of your project, you're probably
> developing at the wrong abstraction level -- no matter what toolkit
> you're using. and if you're doing UI development the wrong way, chances
> are that you're doing other things the wrong way too.
You're forgetting that Qt isn't just a widget toolkit.
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