Following my disgruntled post on Gnome and GtkSourceView last night protests broke in Europe (and even in France).
Seriously, some people may think that I am talking nonsense and they are entitled to their opinion.
But I am considering rewriting the UI for ZeroBUGS using KDE. I am sick of this game of ever shifting APIs. Say what you want about Windows, but the Win32 API stayed backwards compatible for as long as I can remember.
Those folks do not get it: when you break the API you generate more work for developers like me: I have to carefully track the changes, decide whether to stay with one library or change my code to the new API? is the end-user going to have all the dependencies easily resolved or do I need to ship additional shared libraries? Merde.
Ed: Max wrote a very intriguing comment about http://www.fltk.org/. Worth considering, thank you kindly, sir!