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Popups are a can of worms

Published Wednesday December 19th, 2007 | 10 Comments on Popups are a can of worms
Posted in Graphics View, KDE, Labs, Qt

Hm, that title sounds funny with no associated context. We’re implementing popup support in Graphics View. This is the result of an outstanding bug, or rather essential missing functionality, in the Widgets on Canvas project: support for embedded popups. I.e., popups that pop out of widgets that are embedded into a QGraphicsScene. Such as the […]

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Qt/WinCE, Visual Studio integration and DevDays2007 videos

Published Saturday December 15th, 2007 | 2 Comments on Qt/WinCE, Visual Studio integration and DevDays2007 videos
Posted in Qt

Here are three good things for you while you’re all waiting for Christmas to kick in ๐Ÿ™‚ We’ve released the second technology preview for Qt/WinCE, and We’ve added support for Windows CE projects in our Visual Studio Integration for 2005 There are videos from Developer Days 2007 uploaded! Second technology preview of Qt/WinCE Since the […]

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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

Qt Jambi doth teach the torches to burn bright

Published Wednesday December 12th, 2007 | 3 Comments on Qt Jambi doth teach the torches to burn bright
Posted in KDE, Qt, Qt Jambi

Qt Jambi is all about breaking away the barriers between Qt in Java and Qt in C++. In fact, ideally you should be able to sit inside of either language and throw anything you want over to the other side, and somewhere along its parabolic path over the wall, this thing should magically transform to […]

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QIODevice and QXmlQuery

Published Tuesday December 11th, 2007 | Comments Off on QIODevice and QXmlQuery
Posted in Aggregated, Uncategorized

I have not yet seen an API for XQuery in which integrating the data model, atomic values, nodes and all, into the interfacing language has been a walk in the park. At the top of the list of things people tend to ask on the forums around is “How do I get XML represented as […]

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Top Code – “Ma’am the data in that MOC file is inaccurate.”

Published Tuesday December 11th, 2007 | 11 Comments on Top Code – “Ma’am the data in that MOC file is inaccurate.”
Posted in Qt

In 1994 Eirik C. Eng and Haavard Nord established an elite company for the top one percent of the worlds coders. Its purpose was to create the greatest toolkit ever built. To ensure that the handful of coders recruited were the best the world had to offer – they initiated a hard and strenuous recruiting […]

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Simon Hausmann

Greetings from FOSS.IN/2007

Published Thursday December 6th, 2007 | 5 Comments on Greetings from FOSS.IN/2007
Posted in WebKit

So Holger (zecke), Girish (g-man) and me (tronical) made it to Foss.in in Bangalore in India. We’re having a great time here, a great atmosphere, awesome food and a nice and warm climate. Girish had a presentation about Qt Stylesheets, I gave a presentation about (Qt)WebKit today and Holger had a presentation about OpenEmbedded. And […]

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