>> Well I don't want to get into qt as I don't need these dependencies(and
For what is worth, Qt's documentation is simply superb (reference,
examples, tutorials), I suggest you give it a look, for me it was the
You can use any build system you want with it as long as it takes into
account Qt's idiosyncrasies: autotools, cmake or scons are
possibilities I have toyed with, although in the end I haven't found
any reason to use anything other than qmake in my Qt projects.
About dependencies, what are you referring to precisely?
It has its drawbacks too (dual licensing, non-standard C++ syntax
extensions...) but I find it easy to learn, powerful and well
Anyway, all toolkits are fine once you get used to them, just pick the
one with the more appealing features to you.
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