On Sat, Jan 8, 2011 at 10:46 AM, Sascha Schneider
this is not correct either.
you can do GUI design work either using a RAD tool like Glade OR by
implementing the design directly in a normal programming language. In
the first case, you get a glade file that is loaded by the program and
defines the design. in the second case, you compile and get object
files that are linked into the program itself. its even possible (and
even common) to do a bit of both - part of the program's design might
be done with Glade and part of it in C++ with gtkmm (for example).
the same is true for almost all other GUI toolkits that have RAD tools
- its true for Qt, for Cocoa, etc etc etc
Linux-audio-dev mailing list