By Tor Arne Vestbø

Compiling Qt with Clang

Published Friday October 29th, 2010 | 14 Comments on Compiling Qt with Clang
Posted in C++, Performance, Qt, Test

I’m happy to report that as of Qt revision 15f52e00 and Clang revision 116737 you’re now able to a complete build of Qt with Clang on both Linux and Mac, including support for precompiled headers. You’ll find the makespecs in Qt’s master branch: unsupported/macx-clang unsupported/linux-clang The mkspec are currently unsupported, but we’ve started running a few […]

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Qt Public Repository Launched!

Published Monday May 11th, 2009 | 22 Comments on Qt Public Repository Launched!
Posted in KDE, Labs, News, Qt, Qt Jambi, QtCreator

With the announcement back in January of Qt going LGPL there was a small piece of information that slipped though the cracks of the wider news reporting, namely the fact that we were planing on opening up our repositories and development model. The first major phase of this work is now complete, and we are […]

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QWebElement sees the light, do I hear a booyakasha!?

Published Tuesday April 7th, 2009 | 7 Comments on QWebElement sees the light, do I hear a booyakasha!?
Posted in Internet, Qt, Qt Script, WebKit, XML

One of the main missing parts of QtWebKit so far has been a proper way to inspect and manipulate the document structure. In JavaScript this is provided by the Document Object Model (DOM) bindings — giving you methods like getElementById(), createElement(), and insertBefore(). These methods were also accessible in Qt 4.4 and 4.5 though QWebFrame::evaluateJavaScript(), […]

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