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Old 04-13-2005, 01:16 AM   #1
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Lightbulb KDE / GNOME programming Question

I have a foolish question about KDE and GNOME.
In fact, I wanna use Qt for programming.
As we all know that we can choose KDE or GNOME for login into the Linux.
is it Qt is only for KDE? or GTK+ is only for GNOME?
that means........
I can only compile my qt program in KDE?
I can only use the qt program in KDE?
In other words,......
I can only write GTK+ program in GNOME?
I can only excute GTK+ program in GNOME?


ALL the librarys are in the Kernel and they are not separated storing into KDE or GNOME. Thus, We can compile qt or GTK+ in any of them.

I don't have a correct concept about it
can anyone help me correct my mind?
Old 04-13-2005, 01:54 AM   #2
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As long as you have the right libraries installed, you cna use a qt app in gnome and vice versa. Should be the same for compiling.


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