Re: [crossfire] Qt experiments

2015-05-25 Thread Kevin Zheng
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 On 05/25/2015 04:43, Nicolas Weeger wrote: I'm experimenting with Qt (core only, no graphical stuff for now) for the server, and would like to share that. Sounds interesting. Anything to remove Winsock and #ifdef WIN32! I can either work on a

Re: [crossfire] Qt experiments

2015-05-25 Thread Nicolas Weeger
Honestly, I'm not concerned about executable size, or other things. Yes, there are other frameworks (and maybe I'll use eg Google Tests instead of Qt's test stuff). But I've decided to use Qt :) If you want to experiment with SDL, or anything else, be my guest provide patches :) Kind

Re: [crossfire] Qt experiments

2015-05-25 Thread Tolga Dalman
Hi, from what I understood, you are searching for a replacement (or even a proper solution) for these functionalities: 1) platform independent networking 2) a test framework 3) a platform independent build system 4) a graphical framework 5) misc. utility classes (which ones ?) I think, there

Re: [crossfire] Qt experiments

2015-05-25 Thread Mark Wedel
Just my one slightly relevant data point on Qt: The few times I compiled Qt for Solaris, it was a lot of work. Its been a while now, but some of this was the large number of dependencies to install before compiling Qt, but Qt itself had some oddities. That said, the number of people