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Troll_King
07-25-2002, 09:41 AM
Microsoft: Win32

Unix/Linux: None, however Motif is the most used according to my QT book.

Mac: The Carbon Framework


Anyone want to elaborate?

Ruski
07-25-2002, 10:00 AM
I can't really understand your question :(

Barjor
07-25-2002, 10:02 AM
Have anyone actually programmed for all three of them.? What is the difference? I think that api32 programs look like crap when they get bigger but I never programmed UI for any other OS. I read that UI interfaces for KDE and Gnome looks sharp compared to api32 or mfc. ANy one knows about mac? What compiler is used for mac gui's?

Ruski
07-25-2002, 10:22 AM
Nope sorry :)

Troll_King
07-25-2002, 10:33 AM
Not too many people know the answers because the Monoply forced itself upon the rest of the underdeveloped world. In another five or ten years people will be able to appreciate more solutions. For the moment though it is difficult to see because people are being dominated.

Ruski
07-25-2002, 10:39 AM
Whatever... :D

Barjor
07-25-2002, 10:56 AM
Ruski->>>> If you don't have anything to add to the conversation it's appropriate to shut up.

Hillbillie
07-25-2002, 10:56 AM
No, Dean makes sense for once. :D

Here's one to add: BeAPI

Barjor
07-25-2002, 11:01 AM
For some time I thought that the .NET strategy could be the bridge to link it all together but it is only a tinny part of MS .NET frame work that have been submitted to the ECMA standard. No GUI or security routines will be standarized and there for not be guranteed to work cross platform. Whats the point of that? I know Bjarne Stroustrup have said he would like to see a Standard C++ Gui library but that it was politcly impossible.

Ruski
07-25-2002, 11:02 AM
Sorry :)

Sentaku senshi
07-25-2002, 12:50 PM
>Unix/Linux: None, however Motif is the most used according to my QT book.<

that is because when running from command line, your progams can be made from the C++ standered. Like you can in windows.

Also I belive that KDE/Gnome/ect have difffent api's.