KWIG Qt->Gtk porting layer and merging main loops.
kent at structural-wood.com
Fri Oct 29 21:54:15 EEST 2004
As long as we are throwing around percentages, 90% or more of the
libraries an application links against on a Linux desktop are written
in C, and expose C API's.
It seems silly to argue against glib because it is written in C...
Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> --- Scott Wheeler <wheeler at kde.org> wrote:
>>On Friday 29 October 2004 12:52, Piotr Szymanski
>>>making arts depend on glib only resulted in most
>>of developers moving
>>>back to an older version of arts.
>>Where "most" == "probably no more than 5%".
> I have no idea about the exact percentage but the ones
> who seem to be against glib do make a lot of noise
> about it. I remember reading in the recent cvs digest
> about dependency on glib being considered a
> disadvatage of gstreamer. someone else mentioned that
> atk was dependant on it already. Since arts is being
> depreciated it cant really be used to push glib.
> Rahul Sundaram
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