By Marius Storm-Olsen

Qt 5 – A look back at the numbers

Published Thursday December 22nd, 2011 | 17 Comments on Qt 5 – A look back at the numbers
Posted in Uncategorized

Marius Storm-Olsen is Head of Qt OSS in Nokia, and responsible for the operational side of the Qt Project. The Qt OSS team consists of 5 Sr. SW engineers who are exclusively dedicated to the Qt Project (although there are many more Nokia contributors than just those 5), and  focusing on working with the community on […]

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Labs reborn!

Published Wednesday September 15th, 2010 | 18 Comments on Labs reborn!
Posted in Labs, News

When we first started playing with the idea of a Qt Labs site, there were no resources available on the web team to conceptualize and implement it. So, since the developers wanted a Qt Labs site, we had to do it ourselves. The whole site was put together using various components (Mediawiki, WordPress and BBpress), […]

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To make, or not to make – QMake and beyond: Redux

Published Wednesday October 14th, 2009 | 32 Comments on To make, or not to make – QMake and beyond: Redux
Posted in Build system

The previous blog entry yesterday spawned so many sizable comments, that I felt they couldn’t be simply replied to in comments. So, here are some replies and comments to your comments, which you may comment on again 🙂 Many: “Have you considered the <insert favorite here> build system?” Yes, we have. Any Java-based system is […]

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Win9x/ME no more..

Published Friday July 3rd, 2009 | 8 Comments on Win9x/ME no more..
Posted in Qt, Windows

So, the time has come to say goodbye to the good’ol non-unicode Windows systems. Qt has for a very long time had the QT_WA/QT_WA_INLINE(uni, ansi) macros to provide support for both Windows ANSI systems and their Unicode equivalents, and thus supported running Qt applications on old Windows systems without the MSLU (Microsoft Layer for Unicode) […]

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