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Atomic reference counting – is it worth it?

Published Monday October 16th, 2006 | 2 Comments on Atomic reference counting – is it worth it?
Posted in KDE, Qt, Qtopia

So, I just returned from DevDays2006 in Munich, and I figured I would finish this blog posting, since I mentioned in my presentations. πŸ™‚ Starting with Qt 4.0, all implicitly shared classes in Qt use atomic reference counting to ensure the integrity of the data being shared. This removes a burden from the application programmer: […]

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“Remember, multiple inheritance is a beutiful thing”

Published Friday October 13th, 2006 | Comments Off on “Remember, multiple inheritance is a beutiful thing”
Posted in Qt

The Trolltech DevDays for 2006 in Munich are just over, and even though I wasn’t there for the complete three days, I have to say it seems to have been a big success. I was there to join some customer meetings, and since that took about 3 hours in total that meant I had some […]

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Qt 4.2.0 released

Published Wednesday October 4th, 2006 | Comments Off on Qt 4.2.0 released
Posted in Qt

Qt 4.2.0 is now out on the servers, time to pop the apple juice (we are not allowed to drink champagne during work) πŸ™‚ Check out the what’s new document for a list of the new features. Especially the widget style sheets and QGraphicsView allow the creation of really gorgeous GUIs. Enjoy playing with that […]

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Lorn Potter

Opie FUD

Published Sunday October 1st, 2006 | 3 Comments on Opie FUD
Posted in KDE, Qt, Qtopia

I keep hearing from certain people associated with certain embedded “distributions” that the Opie project has died. That’s fine as an opinion, but then the blame is put squarely on Trolltech, because we haven’t yet GPL’d Qtopia 4, which is quite unfair. Opie project has slowed its development because certain developers have FUD’d it into […]

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Qt Jambi and Enums

Published Tuesday September 26th, 2006 | Comments Off on Qt Jambi and Enums
Posted in KDE, Qt

If you’ve looked through the Qt Jambi API, you’ll see that we don’t make use of the Java 5 feature of enumerators for mapping Qt/C++ enums. Since we’re already using generics, auto-boxing and other Java 5 features it probably seems a bit strange that we don’t use enums for mapping enums in Qt. The reason […]

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Graphics View Gem: Item Obscurity

Published Thursday September 14th, 2006 | Comments Off on Graphics View Gem: Item Obscurity
Posted in Graphics Items, Graphics View, KDE, Labs, Qt

During this summer of pre-4.2 testing, we got many feature requests from you all, customers and Open Source’rs, and I’d like to pull out one of the things we decided to implement as a result of this. Item obscurity: being able to determine whether an item is obscured, or not. The idea is that any […]

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Preparations for DevDays2006 begins!

Published Thursday September 14th, 2006 | Comments Off on Preparations for DevDays2006 begins!
Posted in Qt, Uncategorized

I really need to get into the habit of this blog thing. Anyway, I needed a small break from what I was doing before I head up to the cafeteriafor lunch. I somehow managed to volunteer for giving 3 presentations during Trolltech Developer Days 2006. I’m mostly done with the multi-threading presentation; I just have […]

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Lorn Potter

Greenphone pricing

Published Tuesday September 12th, 2006 | Comments Off on Greenphone pricing
Posted in KDE, Qt, Qtopia

Finally! The Greenphone Qtopia 4 developer SDK pricing is announced and for sale. Now the fun begins!

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