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Re: [Linphone-developers] GUI question

From: Simon Morlat
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] GUI question
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2010 17:33:56 +0200

Hi Maxim,

I don't know QT. 
However I'm pretty happy with the fastness of GTK.
Personnally, I have been a KDE user for many years, but I finally
switched to gnome recently because KDE4 was really too slow (and also a
bit buggy). I don't know if it because of QT or because of the heaviness
of the KDE4 framework.
I think QT is probably easier to develop than gtk. The object model of
GTK+ in C is very powerful, but it is a bit re-inventing what the C++
compiler does when we write C++ code.
I agree that using liblinphone is recommended for faster and tiny
interaction between the core and the gui.


Le mardi 20 avril 2010 à 11:01 +0400, Maxim Podbereznyy a écrit :
> Hi Simon!
> I begin a medium size project for some VoIP application. In a previous
> product (ARM9 based VoIP phone) I used Linphone-3.1.2 and it appeared
> to be very reliable and porting-friendly application. The product I
> released used console based version, now I need a GUI based version
> because a phone will have TFT screen.
> I have two options in implementing GUI: GTK or QT. Unfortunately I
> don't have any experience in GTK, so QT seems to be preferable. The
> only thing I want to know while choosing between these two: which is
> faster? I have experience in QT and know that qt applications are
> extremely huge with static linking and very slow. Know nothing about
> this for GTK. The matter of fact all ARM9 based platforms are very
> slow because of flash used and the core frequency is not high.
> However the main question is:
> What is the best way to implement own GUI interface over the Linphone
> application? I don't think hacking of the console version is very
> effective. I found liblinphone and think about to use it. Pics of
> Linphone-Android client look very nice :)
> regards,
> Max
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