BC break in 4.6 against previous 4.6

Published Thursday November 12th, 2009 | 10 Comments on BC break in 4.6 against previous 4.6
Posted in C++, Git, KDE, Qt

To everyone using Qt 4.6 from the Git repository: be aware that I introduced a binary-incompatible change. This change is there to stay. No, we’re not breaking binary compatibility with Qt 4.5. This only affects previous Qt 4.6 versions. Actually, this kind of change happens all the time. So why am I blogging about this […]

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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

Qt (de) Spotify running on a Nokia N900

Published Friday October 23rd, 2009 | 5 Comments on Qt (de) Spotify running on a Nokia N900
Posted in C++, Labs, Multimedia, Qt, Uncategorized

Since there is currently no official Spotify client that can run on Embedded Linux (wine doesn’t run on arm architectures), and since I really wanted to have access to my Spotify account from my N900, I decided to give the open source Spotify client library called “despotify” a run. This is a library of C […]

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Memory ordering semantics

Published Tuesday October 6th, 2009 | 14 Comments on Memory ordering semantics
Posted in C++, Performance, Qt

This weekend, a user posted to the qt4-preview-feedback mailing list saying that the QAtomicInt documentation needed some work. I replied saying that memory ordering semantics would be better explained by a book, than Qt documentation. But thinking about it later, I started thinking whether we could add some documentation about it. So I decided to […]

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