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Maurice Kalinowski

Qt/CE Where are we?

Published Thursday June 28th, 2007 | 8 Comments on Qt/CE Where are we?
Posted in Qt

It is quiet some time ago, since we announced here on the blog that three brave Trolls are on their way of porting Qt to the Windows Embedded World. We think it is time to provide you some updates on this topic. We have just released our preview release “Kicker”. Compared to the last blog […]

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WWDC, Qt, Carbon, 64-bit, and other buzzwords

Published Thursday June 21st, 2007 | 12 Comments on WWDC, Qt, Carbon, 64-bit, and other buzzwords
Posted in Qt

I had the privilege of attending Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) again this year. This is Apple’s annual developer get-together in San Francisco where you can find out about Apple’s future plans for Mac OS X, chat with fellow developers, and avail yourself of all the Apple engineers on-site. This was my fourth year […]

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Boost signals & slots with Qt

Published Friday June 15th, 2007 | 1 Comment on Boost signals & slots with Qt
Posted in Qt

The problem in brief: Trolltech invented signals & slots, Boost implemented the concept using plain templates, and ironically you couldn’t easily combine both libraries because of a relatively simple name clash. Trolltech used macro keywords and Boost loved our naming so much that they picked the same terms => clash. Off topic, I like that […]

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Styling QProgressBar and QScrollBar

Published Tuesday June 12th, 2007 | 10 Comments on Styling QProgressBar and QScrollBar
Posted in KDE, Qt

Qt 4.3 Style Sheets, as you most likely know, introduces styling of most widgets. The documentation is a quite silent when it comes to providing “style templates” – templates that you can just copy/paste and get started with styling the widget. Today, I started creating templates for QProgressBar and QScrollBar. All this will become a […]

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Qt Jambi a door opener

Published Friday June 8th, 2007 | 2 Comments on Qt Jambi a door opener
Posted in Qt, Qt Jambi

Qt Jambi is a new product that will let Java programmer harvest the power of Qt. Now it turns out that it’s not only Java addicts that should get excited. There are a bunch of languages that compiles to byte code, and are using the existing JVM as it’s runtime. I set out to investigate […]

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