[svlug] Cross-platform GUIs

Reg. Charney charney at charneyday.com
Tue Jul 22 21:06:31 PDT 2003

We are successfully using Python and Qt to develop GUI applications. 
Other than the initial load time, the speed is blindingly fast, the 
widgets robust and range of widgets are terrific. For commercial use, 
you need a paid license for Qt, but for personal use, there is no cost 
for Qt. There is also excellent documentation from Trolltech and the 
book, GUI Programming with Python Using the Qt Toolkit, ISBN 
0-9700330-4-4, that is also available online from 


Akbar Ahmed wrote:

>Which technologies would you recommend for
>cross-platform GUI development? 
>I would prefer full-blown (fat) clients. Language of
>choice is C++. The current target platforms are
>Windows 2000/XP pro, and Linux (RH 8+, Suse 8+).
>What are the benefits of the technology you recommend,
>and what are the drawbacks?
>I have been going over this issue for sometime and I'm
>ready to learn from other people's experience.
>I know of the following options:
>Mozilla's XUL 
>Borland C++ Builder + Kylix
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