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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

QtJambiAwtBridge prebuilt binaries and JDBC fun

Published Tuesday March 4th, 2008 | 1 Comment on QtJambiAwtBridge prebuilt binaries and JDBC fun
Posted in Qt Jambi

The Qt Jambi team has, as have all devs in Trolltech, been busy preparing two separate releases the past few weeks slash months (Qt Jambi 4.3.4_01 and Qt Jambi 4.4.0_01.) In the midst of this, someone reminded me that I promised I’d post a blog when we added prebuilt Windows binaries to the repository for […]

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Many new Qt releases

Published Monday March 3rd, 2008 | 11 Comments on Many new Qt releases
Posted in KDE, Qt

The former Release Manager here at Trolltech told me that the former former Release Manager had a saying: The release is not out until you blog about it So I’m doing a 3-in-1 blog! Qt 4.3 A week and a half ago, we released Qt 4.3.4, containing some bug fixes to issues reported to us […]

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No-Humbug-Debugging With Qt Script Debug

Published Friday February 22nd, 2008 | 7 Comments on No-Humbug-Debugging With Qt Script Debug
Posted in Labs, Qt Script Debug

Announcing a new project on Trolltech Labs: Qt Script Debug. This is a collection of classes and tools that add debugging capabilities to applications that use Qt Script (Qt 4.4+ is needed). Embedding a debugger directly into an application can be done like this: QScriptEmbeddedDebugger debugger; debugger.attachTo(/* Pointer to your QScriptEngine goes here*/); Then just […]

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Simon Hausmann

QtWebKit in Action

Published Monday February 18th, 2008 | 17 Comments on QtWebKit in Action
Posted in Qt, WebKit

Henrik recorded some cool videos showing off a bit of the integration of WebKit into Qt. The Quicktime videos are at the bottom of our QtWebKit announcement page, showing WebKit in designer, integrating Google maps into your Qt application or how to embed native widgets into HTML.

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The other side of the winter

Published Saturday February 16th, 2008 | Comments Off on The other side of the winter
Posted in KDE, News

Its been some time since my last blog; I’ve been quite busy and didn’t have a whole lot of time for KDE/KOffice and other fun things. I have been following Norwegian courses in the evenings and the little spare time I had left went to doing non-computer things. (Snowboarding is even more fun if its […]

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