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Comment: Re:Can't beat the Micro$oft Machine (Score 1) 59

by JohnnyLocust (#47615555) Attached to: Digia Spinning Off Qt Division Into New Company

Seriously, anyone who invests in this technology is an imbecile. This war has already been fought, and won, by Microsoft. I don't know one single person who uses QT for a serious, money making program. As a hobby, or educational exercise, it's fine. To put food on the table and my kids through college - give me .NET.

Well, there's this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C... And I can assure you, that is just the tip of the iceberg. Every company I've worked for in the last 10 years have used Qt for some product or another.

Comment: Re:But... why? (Score 1) 430

by JohnnyLocust (#45874135) Attached to: Cairo 2D Graphics May Become Part of ISO C++

Qt doesn't get out much beyond Win/Lin/Mac.

Qt isn't available for enough platforms because it only runs on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, Blackberry, Kindle, vXWorks, BSD, Solaris, Haiku, WebOS, OS/2, Tizen and AmigaOS? Anything that passes the "does it run on Amiga?" test is good enough for me.

You forgot qt in a browser: http://vps2.etotheipiplusone.com:30176/redmine/projects/emscripten-qt/wiki/Demos

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