Qt

Qt 4

Published Wednesday January 4th, 2006 | Comments Off on Qt 4
Posted in Qt

I finally got started porting gutenbrowser to Qt 4. woohoo!! Will start out with the windows version, thanks to my employer being so generous and giving away it’s flagship product as GPL open source. This needs to be more of a rewrite, rather than a straight “port”. The Gutenberg index is getting so frickin’ big […]

Read More

Qt 4.1 rocks!

Published Thursday December 22nd, 2005 | 3 Comments on Qt 4.1 rocks!
Posted in Qt

The community reactions to the release of 4.1 were quite encouraging. If you followed some of the discussions, e.g. on http://osnews.com/comment.php?news_id=13042 , you have probably noticed that even the most verbal critics are finally running out of arguments. Basically the only complaint that’s left is that Qt – fasten your seat belts – adds introspection […]

Read More
Lars Knoll

printing and WYSIWYG

Published Thursday December 22nd, 2005 | 4 Comments on printing and WYSIWYG
Posted in KDE, Qt

PDF and Postscript generators With the release of 4.1 Qt has gained the ability to generate PDF natively. We have put special care trying to make sure all features of Arthur are also supported in our PDF generator. This implies that we can do alpha transparency and gradients in the generated PDF. One main issue […]

Read More

arrival

Published Sunday December 11th, 2005 | 2 Comments on arrival
Posted in Qt, Qtopia

After a long 12 hour flight to L.A, 5 hours in the L.A. airport and a 2.5 hour flight to Denver, we landed. This was no ordinary landing though. Well, the landing was non eventful, but what was notable was the weather. When we left Brisbane, we were outside, swiming… it was summer, with a […]

Read More

Universal binaries with Qt 4.1.x

Published Wednesday December 7th, 2005 | 1 Comment on Universal binaries with Qt 4.1.x
Posted in Qt

OK, many people are starting to wonder about Mac OS X universal binaries. The good news is that you can start playing with universal binaries already with the release candidate for Qt 4.1.0. Here’s the steps, assuming you are on a PPC machine. configure Qt with these extra flags: -universal -sdk /path/to/MacOSX10.4u.sdk After which you […]

Read More

tablet kde

Published Saturday December 3rd, 2005 | 5 Comments on tablet kde
Posted in KDE, Qt

As I wait for the arrival of my new lappie – a Fujitsu tablet pc, it got me thinking about KDE for tablet pc’s.. and if there has been any real work on such a beast. I know such things like xtroke, but I wonder if anyone has done integration of the applications. I guess […]

Read More

new phone

Published Wednesday November 30th, 2005 | 1 Comment on new phone
Posted in KDE, Qt, Qtopia

got my hands on one of Philips rad new phones, the Philips 968 available now in China. This phone has an incredible video camera, among other things. And runs linux, of course. It’s got USB, video out(!), and a sd card slot. Now, if I can just get KDE to sync with this somehow…

Read More

holidaze

Published Tuesday November 29th, 2005 | Comments Off on holidaze
Posted in KDE, Qt, Qtopia

Well, Qtopia 2.2 is out, Trolltech is diligently working on Qtopia 4 (with some really great improvements!), it is almost summer here in the southern hemisphere, and I am headed for my first real vacation since I started with Trolltech. Bringing my Aussie family to Colorado (and having a brief wintertime)! So I am leaving […]

Read More

snow?

Published Friday November 25th, 2005 | Comments Off on snow?
Posted in KDE, Qt

It hasn’t snowed here in years. Probably never has snowed here. Probably never will. In fact, it’s hot. I’m not used to the heat (even yet – being here for two years now), so I am hunkered inside with the air con on. Going back at christmas to Colorado. Which should be fun, as my […]

Read More

KDevelop’s C++ parser and LSB integration

Published Wednesday November 23rd, 2005 | Comments Off on KDevelop’s C++ parser and LSB integration
Posted in Qt

I’m currently playing with KDevelop’s new parser to get symbols from a C++ library into the LSB database. With Roberto’s latest optimizations, parsing all of Qt’s headers (including preprocessing them) takes only a few seconds. If you want to play with it, the source is in KDE’s svn, playgound/utils/lsbcpp.

Read More
Get started today with Qt Download now