[PyKDE] PyQwt win32 binary?

Matt Gerassimoff mgeras at telocity.com
Thu Feb 1 15:59:17 GMT 2001

On Thu, 1 Feb 2001, Scott Prive wrote:

> Forking the UNIX Qt into a Windows DLL branch remains a improbability. The
> Free Software guys *don't care* -- they've settled on GTK. The Open Source
> people would feel this would be an attack on Troll Tech. So the problem from
> my point is, there is enough steam pressure being let off that there is no
> push for a true free runtime. wxPython is undocumented... Tk is ugly (and
> sends Windows users scurrying back to VB)... GTK on Windows is a
> *joke* (except GIMP/Win32).

I'm getting motivated.  I like Linux, but I don't like goofy licenses.  
Like a said in another post, there are only 2-4 X11 source files that need
to be replaced with windows counterparts.  It may be a little difficult
but not *really* difficult.  A GPL Qt windows version would answer alot of
questions that's for sure.


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