Qt is a cross-platform C++ GUI application framework. It provides
application developers with all the functionality needed to build
state-of-the-art graphical user interfaces. Qt is fully
object-oriented, easily extensible, and allows true component
Since its commercial introduction in early
1996, Qt has formed the basis of many thousands of successful
applications worldwide. Qt is also the basis of the popular
desktop environment, a standard component of all major Linux distributions.
Qt is supported on the following platforms:
- MS/Windows - 95, 98, NT, and 2000
- Unix/X11 - Linux, Sun Solaris, HP-UX, Digital Unix,
IBM AIX, SGI IRIX and a wide range of others
- Embedded - Linux platforms with framebuffer support.
Qt is a product of Trolltech.
Qt is released in different editions:
- Qt Enterprise Edition and Qt Professional Edition
provide for commercial software development.
They permits traditional commercial software
distribution and includes free upgrades and Technical Support
Service. For the latest prices, please see the Trolltech web site, Pricing and Availability
page, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Enterprise Edition offers extended modules over the Professional Edition.
- Qt Free Edition is the Unix/X11 version of Qt
available for development of Free and Open Source software
only. It is provided free of charge under the terms of both the
Q Public License and the
GNU General Public License.
The latest version is available for
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