Slashdotters talk about an interview at KDE Dot News with Richard Dale, the author of the code that adds bindings to KDE and Qt for Java. He's asked, what do QtJava and KDEJava actually do? "They wrap most of the classes in Qt and KDE so that they can be used to write Java
programs, which look and behave identically to a C++ version. The Qt date, time, string and
list classes are replaced with their Java equivalents."
March 1, 2001