"This week I'm going to explain why GNOME is likely to emerge as
the most popular desktop platform.
"In case you hadn't noticed, I've failed to address the issues
of language support in my comparison of GNOME/GTK and KDE/Qt. After
giving the topic a good deal of consideration, I concluded that it
would be a wasted effort.
"Both environments have ample language bindings (including
bindings for Python, for example). One may have better support than
the other for any given language. You rarely see any popular
programs for GNOME/GTK written in anything but C or perhaps C++,
and I've almost never seen any programs for KDE written in anything
other than C++. Unless you have specific requirements for a
project, I'm not sure why the abundance of language bindings would
be very important. It doesn't seem to have been important for most
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