Compiling GnuPG 2.0.1 on MacOS X
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Wed Jan 31 19:25:17 CET 2007
> Personally, I'd rather do without the QT bloat.
> Perhaps wxWidgets is the answer; it's free, open source and comes with
> support for Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT/2K/XP, Linux/Unix with the GTK+
> toolkit (or plain X11, or Motif), and MacOS.
> It might turn out to be just as bloated but at least the licensing isn't
> as restrictive! Um, I'll see what I can do when I get time...
the several wxwidgets apps that i've built/used haven't turned out to
be the 'leanest' either ... but, in comparison, i don't know :-/
as for Qt, how's the licence 'restrictive'?
it's GPL: http://www.trolltech.com/products/qt/licenses/licensing/opensource
whereas wx is L-GPL:
atm, Qt has the 'weight' of KDE behind it ... as GTK+ has Gnome (iirc
-- not a gnome user, myself).
wx may be a *fine* solution, but it IS *an additional* solution.
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