QT Applications

I used to think of QT as primarily a Linux GUI library used primarily by KDE with grand ambitions toward Windows and other desktop environments. Now, there seem to be hundreds of QT applications on Windows, presumed some of them stable and mature.

Not only that, but pyQT may be slightly easier way to develop cross-platform applications .... times have changed.

Still vague on the details.



Clementine is a cross-platform free and open source music player and library organizer.


Eric is a free integrated development environment for the Python and Ruby programming languages.

Written in Python.


Jan 2017: very technical environment, but I'm making closer inspection. Project is active and has a fairly large community - looks useful for dealing with large 'signally' data sets and monitoring dynamic streams ( i.e. data fusion ). See Devices.

Emergent (formerly PDP++) is neural simulation software that is primarily intended for creating complex, sophisticated models of the brain and cognitive processes, but can also be used for any task to which neural networks are suited.

Good coverage of dependencies, useful things to have for Windows particularly.



Scribus is a desktop publishing (DTP) application ...

Scribus is designed for layout, typesetting and to prepare files for professional quality image setting equipment. It can also create animated and interactive PDF presentations and forms. Example uses include writing small newspapers, brochures, newsletters, posters and books.

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Not sure how it uses QT ?


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