The Qt framework is widely used by the Open Source community. In contrast to GTK, the Qt libraries have not always been open. This led to many discussions in the community. Finally, the Qt libraries were released under the terms of the GPL license. A long and intense conflict between the developers of the KDE and the GNOME desktop has finally come to an end.

In this section, we focus on Qt# and you'll see how the Qt libraries can be easily used in combination with Mono.


Installing Qt# is an easy task and can be done quickly. In this section, you'll see how Qt# can be installed on Red Hat 8.0 systems.

The Installation Process

Before Qt# itself can be installed, we need some additional packages, such as the KDE bindings. You can ...

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