Re: Gtk+ and Gtkmm are GNU LGPL
> I prefer the model where you can do Free
> Software for free
> but have to reward those that give their
> work to you when
> you are using them to make money (Qt)
Well, the problem with this is, that it forces me to learn a tool for "commerical" and one tool for "free" development.
Which is not nice.
A thing that was not mentioned at all is, that QSA is not usuable at all; not from a technical point of view, but from a legal one. Trolltech insists that QSA scripts cannnot be used to develop new functionality/access the Qt APIs, or else every user needs a Qt developer license.
While I understand that this is needed to prevent somebody releasing a "Qt Programming Environment" program, but it has already killed QSA on two commericial projects I've been part of this year ;)