Re: Kconfig (qt) -> Gconfig (gtk)
Mariusz Zielinski (email@example.com)
Wed, 06 Nov 2002 02:25:11 +0100
On Wednesday 06 of November 2002 01:45, Bill Davidsen wrote:
> On Sat, 2 Nov 2002, Patrick Finnegan wrote:
> > > Lota of installations have gtk but don't have qt.
> > And a lot of installations have QT but not GTK... This feels like a vi vs
> > emacs discussion.
> Was this just to cover the possibilities or do you know of such? I guess
> all system which build kernels have QT, it won't build without it :-( I
> know that's going to be fixed RSN.
> > Personally, it makes no difference to me which library is used. I'm
> > doubtful I'll use anything other than menuconfig unless it makes my life
> > a *whole* lot easier. I'd say 'choose one and get on with it.'
> That's not likely, but perhaps all the groups which have or want a GUI
> could define a standard interface which could go in the kernel, and then
> any GIU could interpret the metadata from that and display it any way they
> Just a thought, I have no axe to grind, menuconfig is the only thing
> reasonable to config remote machines. Any GUI over ssh over somewhat slow
> open net connections is vastly unproductive.
You have to forgive me this joke. - Let's hang the guy who introduced QT into
kernel and be friends again.
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