[Interest] What about C++ in Qt 5?
chengliang.soft at gmail.com
Thu Apr 12 03:08:30 CEST 2012
I hope so, otherwise we have to face something like Qt 3 and 4 again maybe
in Qt 5 and 6.
在 2012年4月11日 下午4:30，Danny Price <deepblue842 at googlemail.com>写道：
> I'm really hoping it's just marketing spin. I've tried QML and I've
> found it MORE work, not less to deploy a standalone Qt app written in
> 'QtQuick' than compared to the same app written in traditional C++.
> And the performance for anything non-trivial is dismal.
> I also cringe at the whole concept of UIs being designed AND
> implemented by non-engineers using bespoke controls in that horrible
> designer. And then there's the fact that the whole toolset is a
> proprietary thing supported only by the Creator IDE...
> On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 3:03 AM, 程梁 <chengliang.soft at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have read this article:
> > , there I found a word:
> > "C++ would then typically only be used to implement plugin libraries
> > that extend the capabilities of the Qt Quick runtime."
> > Does it mean we should move our C++ code to Qt Quick sooner or later?
> > developed,
> > but now what I thought is they have discarded C++ for application
> > developers.
> > I've no idea if the idea of this article is Nokia's, but I think we
> > make it clear.
> > Which language should we use for our application's next version?
> > --
> > Cheng Liang
> > Nanjing, China
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