Qt Toolkit Support Likely to be Dropped from Mozilla

Wednesday February 12th, 2003

dasx writes: "Looks like the Qt port of Moz is going under. It's been stricken from the 1.3b branch — which probably means it's gone for good. Hopefully, some of us can bring it back to life." Please don't spam the bug with useless comments or whining.

Update! A page describing the current efforts to get the Qt port back to a working state has been posted.

#4 Re: Why would we need this?

by bzbarsky

Thursday February 13th, 2003 1:04 AM

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The idea is to use the QT toolkit instead of the GTK one (that's the one the Linux nightlies use).

This would allow better intergration with KDE (in the QT port), including support for the current KDE theme when using the Classic theme, reuse of various QT components (QPrinter), use of the native QT filepicker (like other KDE apps) if desired, and so forth.