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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

QSA 1.2.0

Published Wednesday August 24th, 2005 | 1 Comment on QSA 1.2.0
Posted in QSA, Qt

QSA 1.2.0 and 1.1.3 were both released on friday, so I sat down and did some informal benchmarking (note the word informal, which basically indicates that the computer was playing music in the background while the tests were running.) The benchmarks consisted of a set of generated scripts, designed to test parsing speed, as well […]

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Next generation of KDevelop

Published Wednesday August 17th, 2005 | 3 Comments on Next generation of KDevelop
Posted in KDE

We finally comitted the results of the first KDevelop Conference to the kde svn (branches/work/kdevelop4-merge). This is a port of the core modules to Qt 4 including some major cleanups. Highlights are the composite item model and the filter model. They allow us to manage all kinds of data (classes, files, etc) and to perform […]

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Lars Knoll

A new chapter

Published Friday August 12th, 2005 | 7 Comments on A new chapter
Posted in KDE, Uncategorized

I’m currently enjoying a three week vacation for the most wonderful of reasons. My wife gave birth to our daughter, Sarah, the 1st of August. After sleeping most of the time for the first 1 1/2 weeks she is now starting to be more awake every day. After some tiring first days our life is […]

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Is commercial software the salvation of Linux?

Published Saturday August 6th, 2005 | 2 Comments on Is commercial software the salvation of Linux?
Posted in KDE, Qt

Eric Laffoon of Kdewebdev fame responds to Timothy R. Butler’s piece about KDE needing to move beyond Qt. I just had to post about this. Thank you, Eric, for expressing this so well. Qt, the GPL, Business and Freedom Some of his better comments: “I have a problem with attempts to depreciate the value of […]

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Kde and Qt to part ways?

Published Wednesday July 27th, 2005 | 5 Comments on Kde and Qt to part ways?
Posted in Uncategorized

According to this opinion they should. Things Don’t ”Ad” Up “I recommended an amicable solution to the KDE/Qt problem: I did not suggest KDE do anything to illegally or immorally harm Trolltech, but rather suggested maybe the two should part ways. You can agree or disagree with whether that is a good idea, but either […]

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