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What is your opinion on the Qt framework

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    Personally, I like it. It gets the job done. I doubt it's the best option out there. But it has decent capabilities
  • 1
    Been using it alot for a personal project and love it.
  • 3
    I like that it's cross platform. I have never used it to make anything though. I mostly use GTK since I'm on Linux most of the time. GTK also runs on windows after praying to your God of choice.
  • 3
    Seems overengineered, but it works
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    Outdated, overengineered, plain wrong, awful, a monstrosity, cultist with its QML and stuff

    Yet absolutely beautiful
  • 4
    "Quite terrible" just like any other GUI toolkit ... but it works and there's nothing better, so... meh. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  • 5
    When it comes to PyQt my opinion is as follow:
    Piece of shitfest cock sucking ass licking cunt selling awful awful awfuuuuul thing to deal with.

    Thanks for listening to my rant.

    Seriously tho, if I have to fix one more QT crap I'm gonna go insane.
  • 1
    @uyouthe lol, what? 🤣 Stockholm syndrome?
  • 0
    @iiii read my article on pragmatic beauty and my rant on why I don’t need productivity mate
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    @iiii article is on dev.to/uyouthe, rant is easily found here on devrant
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    @uyouthe went through a couple of tens of your rants and could not find the thing 🤷‍♂️
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    @iiii nvm then imma spammer
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    @iiii tldr I love qt because I see beauty in everything
  • 5
    If there is a qt version of a gtk app, I will usually jump on it. It's faster, better looking, and doesn't require some bullshit gnome service to launch without timing out on something for thirty seconds.
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    @bahua That's been my experience too. Between all the cross-platform shit that exist, it's probably one of the "less horrible".
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    @Jilano What is the best on your list of corss platform frameworks then
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    @AkshayTolwani I don't think there's a "best" at all. Some are better than others depending on what you want to achieve, but nothing is really great.
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    @NoMad Maybe you should try pyside . It is the "official" implementation of Qt for python . See this for details https://wiki.qt.io/Qt_for_Python
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    @NoMad Maybe you should try pyside . It is the "official" implementation of Qt for python . See this for details https://wiki.qt.io/Qt_for_Python .
    Edit :- I forgot to mention some stuff has not been fully ported to it and it is behind qt 5.15 a bit
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