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Tuukka Turunen

Leveraging Qt Commercial to Create Interactive Graphical User Interfaces for Real-Time Operating Systems

Published Tuesday February 28th, 2012 | 1 Comment on Leveraging Qt Commercial to Create Interactive Graphical User Interfaces for Real-Time Operating Systems
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As you may have noticed, we have been actively bringing improved support for leading Real-Time Operating Systems into Qt Commercial. One might ask,  “why is it important?” Why is the leading cross-platform application and UI framework needed in RTOS applications? Aren’t these the ones so deeply buried into our infrastructure, that you almost never notice […]

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Andy Shaw

Qt Commercial Support Weekly #8: A Couple of QCoreApplication/QApplication Tips

Published Monday December 19th, 2011 | Comments Off on Qt Commercial Support Weekly #8: A Couple of QCoreApplication/QApplication Tips
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This will be the last support weekly post of 2011, but there is no need to be sad as we will be back again in the new year as I am taking some (well deserved?) time off next week.   This week we will cover a couple of pieces related to QCoreApplication/QApplication which will hopefully […]

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Andy Shaw

Qt Commercial Support Weekly #4: Mixing OpenGL and QPainter + Qt 4.5.x with Sun Studio 12

Published Monday November 21st, 2011 | Comments Off on Qt Commercial Support Weekly #4: Mixing OpenGL and QPainter + Qt 4.5.x with Sun Studio 12
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  As a fair few may already know, it is possible to easily mix painting with OpenGL and QPainter with the help of QPainter::beginNativePainting() and QPainter::endNativePainting().  This enables you to do something like:   painter->beginNativePainting(); … // opengl painting calls here … painter->endNativePainting(); … painter->drawText(50, 50, "This is a test");     It will render […]

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Andy Shaw

Qt Commercial Support Weekly #2: Debugging qmake Problems

Published Monday November 7th, 2011 | Comments Off on Qt Commercial Support Weekly #2: Debugging qmake Problems
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What always seems to happen from time to time in support is that you can go a few weeks without getting any cases on a particular issue, only to come across a group of them all at the same time.  They are like buses in that respect, you wait for ages for one to turn […]

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