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Kai Koehne

Changes in the git branching model of Qt (April fool)

Published Tuesday April 1st, 2014 | 6 Comments on Changes in the git branching model of Qt (April fool)
Posted in Git, Qt Project | Tags: , ,

It’s been a while since Qt adapted git as its revision control system, and we’ve been experimenting with different branching models … In Qt 4 (qt.git) we followed a scheme with one master branch, which gets forked into minor version branches (e.g. 4.8), which gets forked into patch branches (e.g. 4.8.1) … In the Qt […]

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Gerrit joined the Qt Creator project!

Published Monday May 23rd, 2011 | 7 Comments on Gerrit joined the Qt Creator project!
Posted in Contributors, Git, Open Governance, QtCreator, Uncategorized

Please give a warm welcome to Gerrit, the new guy working on Qt Creator! If you do not know him yet: He is the one adding text like Change-Id: I8364167d5be3e7c361b192318b0bba7fb70d0f2f Reviewed-on: http://codereview.qt.nokia.com/9 to commits in the Qt Creator git repo. That is, since last week we replaced our internal git server with a Gerrit based […]

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Qt is going modular

Published Tuesday October 26th, 2010 | 48 Comments on Qt is going modular
Posted in Contributors, Git, Qt

Recently a project called “Qt Modularization” was initiated. This is a project that aims to modularize Qt at every level. As you may know already, Qt is currently modularized on the DLL level; each module has its own DLL. However, the project as a whole is still monolithic; all the code is being hosted in […]

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Please welcome qtintegration, the newest member of the team

Published Friday December 18th, 2009 | 9 Comments on Please welcome qtintegration, the newest member of the team
Posted in Git, Qt, Test

Some of you may have noticed a new committer to the Qt git repository. Someone who is tirelessly working night and day, but only seems to make merge commits. I am of course talking about Qt Continuous Integration System, who in addition to never getting any time off, never gets paid either. This is because […]

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Qt Créateur – Qt Creator is also in French

Published Tuesday November 24th, 2009 | 11 Comments on Qt Créateur – Qt Creator is also in French
Posted in Contributors, Git, QtCreator

A few weeks ago, we had an awesome insane idea: to translate Qt Creator into French. It turned out to be a terrible idea, because it was much more work than what we originally thought. We started to translate the strings and it didn’t take us long to realize how huge Creator really is, and […]

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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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The future of S60, branches and contributions

Published Tuesday September 15th, 2009 | 5 Comments on The future of S60, branches and contributions
Posted in Contributors, Git, Qt, S60

Many people have expressed some confusion over the the S60 port of Qt and where to find the relevant branches, so I thought I’d give a little update on where things are happening: When the port was still young, it lived in the qt-s60 repository on gitorious. Here, both the master branch and feature branches […]

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