On 24/08/2009 17:24, Constantin Makshin wrote:
> IMHO, "ignore what you don't understand" is a bad idea [...]
I understand, but in such a case, the application could use the
hypothetical high level arguments interface presented by QApplication.
As an example, the application author could provide an optional
specification of the possible arguments (e.g. string, some higher level
structure) to QApplication and let *it* do the parsing. One less piece of
tedious, oft-replicated, oft-buggy code to write. Of course not *all*
cases would be catered for, but then, authors can drop to a lower level
API. At least they have the option.
It's a moot point; QApplication's initialisation API is clearly not going
to change any time soon.
TTFN, Andrew Hodgkinson
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