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I can't give you representative examples of widely used applications with GUIs and CLIs but as a general rule of good architecture, your program logic should be decoupled from the user interaction logic. Even if you only intend to provide a single user interface, this kind of modularity will still be very valuable for unit testing. The details might depend ...


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What's most favorably looked upon I think is to actually write SweetApp and libsweetapp together, with the SweetApp commandline application a full-featured but minimalist CLI wrapper around the library. Then, the graphical GSweetApp or KSweetApp uses that lib to build out the GUI application. Beyond that, there is no authoritative standard and ultimately ...


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I have not used Glade a great deal but from my limited experience I have found it to be much friendlier than Qt Designer. The bigger issue is whether you desire the full app developement eco-system provided by Qt, or a thin widget toolkit provided by GTK. The deciding factor for me was the need to target embedded systems, e.g. no X11. Qt provides this out of ...



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