Qt development on Chakra
I'm setting up my home PC for Qt development, and I'd like to do so in Linux. I'm seriously considering the Chakra distro for its commitment to KDE (or rather the absence of Gnome/GTK+ apps). Rather, GTK apps are supported by sandbox installations called "bundles", where the app and its dependencies are more or less quarantined from the rest of the system.
What I am wondering is - and I'm asking this from a Windows programming background - would the absence of GTK apps and libraries have any sort of detrimental effect with regard to hiding issues others may have running my apps on a system set up more as a Qt/GTK mix?
Are there any other factors I should consider where Chakra and Qt are concerned?