Qt Jambi

New blog and new bugtracker

Published Tuesday October 27th, 2009 | 22 Comments on New blog and new bugtracker
Posted in Contributors, KDE, Qt, Qt Jambi, QtCreator, QtMobility

For those of you who don’t read the new Qt blog website, where Qt Marketing and Product Management talk about “corporatey” stuff (affectionately called the “PHB blog” by our developers), we’ve just announced that our brand, new bugtracker is public: see http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com. So, I won’t repeat everything that is in the other blog (it is, […]

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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

Adapting Qt Jambi to a new minor version of Qt

Published Friday October 2nd, 2009 | 1 Comment on Adapting Qt Jambi to a new minor version of Qt
Posted in Bindings Generator, Qt Jambi

Ever since Nokia announced that the official support for Qt Jambi would end after the 4.5 series, I’ve had a few people ask me how they can help adapt the Qt 4.6 changes to Qt Jambi. I thought this blog would be a good place to offer my experiences on the subject, so here’s a […]

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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usual, there are both source and binary packages available, but to match the new licensing of Qt, the GPL packages have been replaced by LGPL packages this time around.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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Qt Public Repository Launched!

Published Monday May 11th, 2009 | 22 Comments on Qt Public Repository Launched!
Posted in KDE, Labs, News, Qt, Qt Jambi, QtCreator

With the announcement back in January of Qt going LGPL there was a small piece of information that slipped though the cracks of the wider news reporting, namely the fact that we were planing on opening up our repositories and development model. The first major phase of this work is now complete, and we are […]

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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

A sturdier bridge (still troubled water underneath)

Published Wednesday July 23rd, 2008 | Comments Off on A sturdier bridge (still troubled water underneath)
Posted in Qt Jambi

A while back we announced the research project Qt Jambi AWT Bridge which allows you to mix AWT/Swing components and Qt widgets in the same window on Windows and Linux. There were a few issues with the original version. The main problems were the fact that your window would be deactivated by the window manager […]

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Qt Jambi 4.4.0 Released!

Published Tuesday June 10th, 2008 | 2 Comments on Qt Jambi 4.4.0 Released!
Posted in Graphics View, Patternist, Qt, Qt Concurrent, Qt Jambi, Uncategorized, WebKit

So the time is finally here. Qt 4.4.0 was released a few weeks ago and as promised Qt Jambi is right behind. A lot of effort has gone into this one, in addition to supporting all the new Qt features, like Phonon, Webkit, Widgets in Graphics View, XQuery and Qt Concurrent, we also have a […]

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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

QtJambiAwtBridge prebuilt binaries and JDBC fun

Published Tuesday March 4th, 2008 | 1 Comment on QtJambiAwtBridge prebuilt binaries and JDBC fun
Posted in Qt Jambi

The Qt Jambi team has, as have all devs in Trolltech, been busy preparing two separate releases the past few weeks slash months (Qt Jambi 4.3.4_01 and Qt Jambi 4.4.0_01.) In the midst of this, someone reminded me that I promised I’d post a blog when we added prebuilt Windows binaries to the repository for […]

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So I wrote this application and want my users to run it, what now?

Published Tuesday February 5th, 2008 | 5 Comments on So I wrote this application and want my users to run it, what now?
Posted in Qt, Qt Jambi

I planned on writing a blog about some of the work we’ve done on deployment for Qt Jambi 4.4, but I realized when writing that the memory of “Why the !”#!%!§ doesn’t it work on that linux box!” was still to fresh in memory and I was simply to upset to write anything about it. […]

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