As I am going to work on a (possibly) commercial application which is supposed to work on various platforms (alright just Linux and OSX, Windows would be nice), I am looking for advise for some of the choices.
All of the questions are "religious" topics, but please forget that
First of all a description of what I want to do... I want to make a powerpoint-like application with the twist that one should be able of changing the presentation while it is running. That is, the editor should be shown on one screen while the presentation may run on an other. I am aware that I may have to go platform-specific for some parts of the program.
Since I am fairly proficient with C++ that is the language I am going to use.
The choices come in two parts, IDE and graphical toolkit. For IDE I have read here on the forum, and has come to the conclusion that Code::Blocks is good since, it gets good reviews and runs on both Windows and Linux. Are there any other good crossplatform options, they don't have to be free, though there is a limit to how much money I can spent on a commercial IDE.
As for toolkit, I have found WX Windows and GTK+, are there other options (apart from QT which costs lots of $$$ when you want to use it commercially). Which of the options would be the best choice? It should be mentioned that I have used GTK+ (briefly) before while I am completely new to WX.