QTools as a cross-platform backend?
orm.finnendahl at selma.hfmdk-frankfurt.de
Tue Jan 7 09:46:07 UTC 2020
if QT was regarded as an option, CommonQt would probably be the more
obvious choice for a CLIM Backend to avoid multiple layers of
abstraction. In addition CommonQt (and Qtools) currently is stuck with
Qt4 and I'm not aware there are any efforts to port it to Qt5.
Am Montag, den 06. Januar 2020 um 22:53:35 Uhr (+0100) schrieb Daniel Kochmański:
> mike thomas writes:
> > Hi there
> > I'm not a member of this list - couldn't find how to subscribe - so
> > apologies for directly sending.
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> > I just have two questions:
> > Has consideration been given to basing a back-end on QTools?
> No, QTools never came up as a proposed backend. We did consider
> cross-platform libraries as backends though. I think that the most
> likely SDL backend will be implemented at some point of time.
> >> Does it have
> > potential to do the job, or is it better to work directly through native OS
> > capabilities.
> I would be surprised if it couldn't do a job. I don't know this library
> but it seems to be a layer on top of CommonQt which is pretty complete
> to my knowledge.
> > Cheers
> > Mike Thomas
> Best regards,
> Daniel Kochmański ;; aka jackdaniel | Przemyśl, Poland
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