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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke_Wolf View Post
    +1 can we please finally get rid of VCL, XUL, and co?
    Than Qt would be the only option if you don't want to maintain one gui per plattform.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaodan View Post
    Than Qt would be the only option if you don't want to maintain one gui per plattform.
    Yup, I know. But can you really argue that VCL,XUL, and co are better than Qt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke_Wolf View Post
    Yup, I know. But can you really argue that VCL,XUL, and co are better than Qt?
    well:

    VCL: basically exist because was the original toolkit used to create staroffice, not really the kinda of API you enjoy to use
    Xul: is not that bad but is firefox only and contains a lot of cruft for compatibility[last time i checked] and compared to qt5 not sure how efficient can be in graphic accel, no exactly pretty but have lots of history

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrch2k8 View Post
    well:

    VCL: basically exist because was the original toolkit used to create staroffice, not really the kinda of API you enjoy to use
    Xul: is not that bad but is firefox only and contains a lot of cruft for compatibility[last time i checked] and compared to qt5 not sure how efficient can be in graphic accel, no exactly pretty but have lots of history
    so... in short: Hell no, and kinda sorta not really. I rest my case.

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