Nokia today announced that its Qt cross-platform user interface (UI) and application framework for desktop and embedded platforms will be available under the open source LGPL version 2.1 license from the release of Qt 4.5.
I’ve been waiting for such a decision by Nokia and yet it really came as a surprise. Making Qt free even for closed software will hugely increase their popularity. It will also allow me to develop some crossplatform freeware utilities. I’m still working at the kernel of the CFF Explorer in my free time, but once the kernel is finished it can be used to develop some nice stuff apart from the CFF Explorer itself.
This confirms what I wrote in the article about Qt internals and reversing. This framework will be used more and more in the future.
Kudos to the best framework of all time.