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<font size="+2">[http://qtcsharp.sourceforge.net/ Qt#] </font> was an attempt to create a set of classes that bind the C# language to the Qt toolkit.  The bindings appear abandoned based on the [http://qtcsharp.sourceforge.net/ Qt#]home page.
 
<font size="+2">[http://qtcsharp.sourceforge.net/ Qt#] </font> was an attempt to create a set of classes that bind the C# language to the Qt toolkit.  The bindings appear abandoned based on the [http://qtcsharp.sourceforge.net/ Qt#]home page.
  
The <font size="+2">[http://qyoto-project.com Qyoto/Kimono project]</font> are SMOKE based bindings which use the C# generics compiler to generate bindings to Qt and KDE that are very similar to C++/Qt syntax bur with the addition of the unique syntactic constructs of C#. Because .NET is a multi-language VM, a variety of languages should be able to access the bindings
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The <font size="+2">[http://qyoto-project.com Qyoto/Kimono project]</font> are SMOKE based bindings which use the C# generics compiler to generate bindings to Qt and KDE that are very similar to C++/Qt syntax but with the addition of th unique syntactic constructs of C#. Because .NET is a multi-language VM, a variety of languages should be able to access the bindings
  
 
[http://www.mono-project.org/ Mono Project Homepage]
 
[http://www.mono-project.org/ Mono Project Homepage]

Revision as of 19:35, 27 May 2007

Qt# was an attempt to create a set of classes that bind the C# language to the Qt toolkit. The bindings appear abandoned based on the Qt#home page.

The Qyoto/Kimono project are SMOKE based bindings which use the C# generics compiler to generate bindings to Qt and KDE that are very similar to C++/Qt syntax but with the addition of th unique syntactic constructs of C#. Because .NET is a multi-language VM, a variety of languages should be able to access the bindings

Mono Project Homepage Mono is an open source implementation of the .NET Development Framework.


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