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4.7 program update

Published Tuesday August 31st, 2010 | 5 Comments on 4.7 program update
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Every Monday the Qt program team meets to discuss the current status for the next release. We thought it might be a good idea to share some of the results of our discussions with you. We are now focusing on getting 4.7.0 out of the door. Today we were reviewing showstopper bugs – that means […]

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The Qt Developer Network opens the gates

Published Thursday July 8th, 2010 | 12 Comments on The Qt Developer Network opens the gates
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Two months ago, we introduced the Qt Developer Network. We decided to start with a closed beta phase to iron out the worst quirks and most annoying bugs. We sent out invitations to those who had pre-registered and contacted us directly. During the following weeks we have gathered immensely valuable feedback and lots of meaningful […]

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TDS Driver deprecation.

Published Tuesday February 9th, 2010 | 8 Comments on TDS Driver deprecation.
Posted in News, Qt, SQL

Those of you who have an interest in the SQL functionality of Qt may have seen my name floating around a bit for the last year or three. I’ve taken over the care and tending of the SQL subsystem. Sometimes you have to make hard decisions. Decisions to prune parts of the garden that you’ve […]

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PySide released to the wild

Published Tuesday August 25th, 2009 | 7 Comments on PySide released to the wild
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Our friends in Brazil have released PySide, Python bindings for Qt. PySide is a project that is run by INdT and sponsored by Nokia that provides Python bindings for Qt under the LGPL. These bindings are currently in pre-release form and only support Linux/X11, however the PySide team is hoping the community would be interested […]

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The new pre-release of Qt for S60 is there

Published Thursday June 25th, 2009 | 20 Comments on The new pre-release of Qt for S60 is there
Posted in News, Qt, S60

After three incredibly short months, the Qt to S60 porting team is pleased to provide another pre-release of the port! 🙂 This time, the pre-release code name is “Tower”. Nearly all functional areas which are wrapped by Qt’s beautiful Api are now doing their job also on S60. Download Qt for S60 “Tower” Red carpet […]

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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

Animations and state machine APIs in qt/master

Published Monday May 25th, 2009 | 6 Comments on Animations and state machine APIs in qt/master
Posted in Contributors, Git, Graphics, Kinetic, News, Qt

That’s right. This weekend we integrated the animation and state machine APIs (part of the Qt Kinetic project from the road map) in Qt’s master branch. They were both released as solutions before, and we’ve had a lot of feedback. The APIs have been through a bunch of reviews and iterations, and we’re really really […]

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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

Qt Jambi 4.5.0_01 released, contributors wanted

Published Monday May 11th, 2009 | 10 Comments on Qt Jambi 4.5.0_01 released, contributors wanted
Posted in Contributors, Git, News, Qt, Qt Jambi

It’s taken a little longer than expected, but the nice and polished Qt Jambi 4.5.0_01 packages are finally ready for download on Qt Software’s server. As usual, there are both source and binary packages available, but to match the new licensing of Qt, the GPL packages have been replaced by LGPL packages this time around. […]

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