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From Rodrigo Kumpera <kump...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: AWT/Swing
Date Fri, 15 Jul 2005 13:30:45 GMT
On 7/15/05, PJ Cabrera <pjc_apache@alias.hotpop.com> wrote:
> Sven, Tom,
> Thanks for the suggestions. I mentioned SwingWT in the interest of not
> reinventing the wheel. Of course other peers could be written.
> Sven, how far along on the Qt peers are you? Which version of Qt are you
> using?
> I'm thinking, Qt is definitely a damn fine library, and runs natively on
> Win32 & Win64, Linux and X11 on many platforms (not just Intel), and on
> Mac OS X PPC (and perhaps soon, native on Mac OS X Intel).
> That definitely would remove the complexity (for the majority of users
> that just want something "that just works") of having to install too
> many things just to run a native distribution of Classpath and a FOSS
> VM. They would only have to install Qt for their platform and the
> VM/library distro. The Qt linstall could even be bundled with the
> VM/library for ease of installation.
> Hmmm .... :-)
> PJ Cabrera
> < pjcabrera at snapplatform dot org >
> http://snapplatform.org
> SNAP Platform - The only totally open
> source integrated Java Dev Environment
> http://snap.sourceforge.net
> SNAPPIX - Live Linux CD Distro
> with SNAP Platform pre-installed

Harmony or classpath won´t be able to use these peers, as QT is GPL.

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