> Second, we can also make it multiplatform using QT or GTK as graphic
> libraries.. anyone has some experience with them?
We used gtkmm (the official GTK C++ wrapper) for a college project
last year. The guy who did the GUI part didn't have any experience, but
encountered no problems at all. Our target platform was Linux, but I
could compile and run the project on my Windows box without making
any changes (using the MinGW g++ compiler).
- Seems easy to learn.
- Very portable.
- LGPL licensed.
- Anti-aliased Fonts. :)
- Several dependencies (glib, pango, libsigc++, ...)
- I don't like GTK's "Open file..."-dialog.
Hi everyone, I have a question here. A while ago some documents describing units and items in XML files were passed around on this mailing list. I noticed the restriction in the document where human firearms, e.g. pistols and assault rifles were designated to be "terrestrial use" only. I actually asked a question about the use of firearms in vacuum, low/zero gravity, and other atmospheres on another mailing list that I subscribe to, and got a large amount of interesting discussion from some very knowledgable people. Should I post some of the text of the results here, or should I post them on the website's forums under Creative Text?
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