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QuestionC++ GUI Framework Pin
Kosta Cherry25-Sep-12 12:05
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Kosta Cherry26-Sep-12 6:48
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Well, I tried to explain my goals. For the needs of the project I can use anything available - Qt, Win32++, or even straight Win API - it'll all work out fine, as GUI that I need it very minor. But the goal is not just use some framework to create GUI, but learn it for good and then use in extensively on my next job(s), and not jumping on a new framework every (half)year. I'm already at the age when job should also bring fun, not just money. And Managed C++ is by no means "fun" - whoever designed it was really, really sick, and probably inspired by Brainf.ck language Smile | :) Basically, there is no beauty of C++ left in it, only "Managed" horror :(
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