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A Like Minded Blog

Published Tuesday September 27th, 2005
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Posted in KDE, Qt

Matt Smith is running A Qt Blog of hand-aggregated Qt and KDE news links with synopses.

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Qt, the preprocessor, and Boost.Signals: a Request for Comments

Published Thursday September 22nd, 2005
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Posted in Qt

We want Qt to play nicely with the rest of the C++ programmer’s toolbox, including Boost and standard idiom; and for the most part, it does. The one rough patch is our use of the preprocessor, particularly where it interacts with things like Boost.Signals. We have a plan to improve the situation, and we’re looking […]

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bye bye QtTestLib

Published Friday September 16th, 2005
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Posted in KDE, Qt

and welcome QTestLib. If you follow the Qt 4.1 snapshots, you might have noticed that QTestLib appeared as part of Qt. To ease transition, there’s a small updater tool (qtestlib/updater) that updates old autotests to use the new library. Especially after being adopted by KDE, QTestLib got quite some feedback. Unhandled exceptions are now added […]

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DOM Blues

Published Wednesday September 7th, 2005
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Posted in Qt

Did you know that there are characters you cannot store in an XML document in any way? You cannot store #x7 as plain character data: [2] Char ::= #x9 | #xA | #xD | [#x20-#xD7FF] | [#xE000-#xFFFD] | [#x10000-#x10FFFF] You cannot store it as a character reference: “Characters referred to using character references MUST match […]

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Sleep deprivation

Published Sunday September 4th, 2005
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Along with that new earthling comes sleep deprivation! But since I live in a state of constant sleep deprivation anyway, living with anywhere from 4 to 6 hours a night, I am getting along better than my partner. Who has the duty of feeding every 2-4 hours, which I can only be support person to. […]

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Thoughts on KDE 4 menu/toolbar creation

Published Friday September 2nd, 2005
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Posted in KDE

I’ve been thinking a bit about our (KDE’s) xmlgui framework lately and had some very interesting discussions with David here at the KDE conference in Malaga about it. I identify the following main problems with the current way of creating menus/toolbars using xmlgui: Uebercomplex API (clients, builders, factories, some graphically simple things require lots of […]

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Qt 3.3.5 out soon …

Published Monday August 29th, 2005
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Posted in Qt

With Qt 4.0.0 and 4.0.1 out it’s time to turn our attention back to the Qt 3.3.x series. We still support it you know ๐Ÿ™‚ (for another two years) which basically mean we will continue putting out patch releases about every half a year or so. The past week we’ve focused only on 3.3.5 and […]

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