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Old 08-02-2006, 10:36 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Tutorial neede for VIsual Programming on Linux (having knowledge of Text based C/C++)


Hi

I know how to programme with Dos based C/C++(Turbo C++ ver 2/3.0) and familier with Data Structure Through C and knows some of assembly language.

Now i want to do some programming in linux (visual - Diagloge based, non text).

So please suggest some tutorial(s)/Site/Book to upgrade my knowledge in this situation. Which deals with visual programming in linux.


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Old 08-02-2006, 12:41 PM   #2
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Your first task will be to choose a language and library you want to work with. There are really lots of them, but the most popular libraries are:
GTK+ (implemented for various languages),
it's C++-wrapper gtkmm,
Qt (C++),
wxWidgets (C++)
You may also want to try Java and its Swing package.

You will find lots of documentations and tutorials on the homepages. Actually it doesn't really matter wich of these you choose, but my personal favorites are gtk and wxWidgets... while others swear on Qt...

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Old 08-02-2006, 02:02 PM   #3
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Your first task will be to choose a language and library you want to work with. There are really lots of them, but the most popular libraries are:
GTK+ (implemented for various languages),
it's C++-wrapper gtkmm,
Qt (C++),
wxWidgets (C++)
You may also want to try Java and its Swing package.

You will find lots of documentations and tutorials on the homepages. Actually it doesn't really matter wich of these you choose, but my personal favorites are gtk and wxWidgets... while others swear on Qt...

Thanks a Lot for ur support

The GTK.org seems to be end of my search for the time being. In tutorial section i found everything what i m seeking for! I think it is a great point to start from.

Once again thanks a lot again.

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Old 08-02-2006, 02:05 PM   #4
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Common graphical IDEs (integrated development environments) for C/C++ under Linux are Anjuta and KDevelop.

I.e., you might want to google for "KDevelop tutorial".
 
  


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