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Old 2nd August 2011
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Default Where to begin with GUI as a frontend for command line?

As I'm trying to learn more stuff, I think it would be interesting to learn how to construct a gui for replacing command line tools (which is something I don't wanna do, just for learning purposes).

I know that this question is very general, but where do I begin? I have a first target to build a simple frontend to openssl for encrypting/decrypting files.

p.s. I'm not asking for a complete walkthrough, but a guide on -how- to do things and what approach is better and why. I just don't know where to begin.
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