By Benjamin Meyer

Network Cache!

Published Monday August 4th, 2008 | 2 Comments on Network Cache!
Posted in Internet, Qt, WebKit

The past few weeks I have been hacking on another feature in Qt. Going with the theme of making Qt 4.5 faster I added a cache system to QNetworkAccessManager and provided a simple QNetworkDiskCache that can be used by most applications. Under the hood the new http backend has been enhanced to support all the […]

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Arora & QtWebKit Trunk

Published Monday April 28th, 2008 | 8 Comments on Arora & QtWebKit Trunk
Posted in Qt, WebKit

Arora The demo browser in Qt 4.4 has obtained a lot of attention and interest. Now that 4.4 is almost out I have forked it and started a new project called Arora where development can continue, features can be added, and anyone who wants can contribute. The source code is in a Git repository and […]

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File Mapping

Published Monday October 15th, 2007 | 7 Comments on File Mapping
Posted in Qt

Traditionally when you wanted to map a file into memory on Unix this was done using mmap and on Windows with CreateFileMapping. Continuing the tradition of simple, consistent API’s, in 4.4 QFile will have two new functions: map() and unmap() that provide the ability to map files into memory. An quick example: QFile file(“foo”); file.open(QFile::ReadOnly); […]

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