Re: GUI Development Options
2) C/C++ - doing my best to avoid this option, but if we go this route,
are there IDE choices that might incorporate the GTK+ designer?
Well, for simple GUIs in C/C++, I've always quite liked Glade (for GTK+).
Not an IDE, but nice'n easy for building the GUI code. You can then use
your IDE of choice for the code.
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