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Comment: Use Qt (Score 3, Insightful) 117

by e8johan (#31582728) Attached to: Recommendations For C++/OpenGL Linux Tutorials?
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+ - QtCentre Programming Contest 2008

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e8johan writes "QtCentre together with the sponsors — Klarälvdalens Datakonsult AB, Integrated Computer Solutions Inc., Trolltech ASA, BitRock, Thorsen Consulting, Apress and basysKom — launches the second edition of the Qt Programming Contest, the only programming contest focused on the Qt/Qtopia community. This year, we are looking for applications in the categories: collaboration, education, project management, automation, demo, plasmoid and newcomer. As always, grand prizes are offered to all winners!"
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Journal: Back Again

Journal by e8johan

I don't know if anyone ever reads this journal. /. just doesn't seem to be that kind of place. I'm just writing to announce that Gt is on track and partly working. Signals and slots are there and the basic framework exists - now there are two things left polishing the framework and wrapping GTK+. Sounds like fun!

Ah, the link is: http://www.digitalfanatics.org/projects/gt.

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Journal: Gt will need a moc

Journal by e8johan

After thinking alot about how to manage signals and slots in Gt I have decided to redo the project, but in a more Qt-like way.

The following issues have come up:

  • A moc makes things easier and better looking.
  • A moc can easily be implemented in Perl.
  • A moc makes it easier to wrap GTK into Gt.
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Journal: Gt Again

Journal by e8johan

I've gotten some more time to fiddle with GObject/GWidget and to try getting the signal/slot mechanism to work properly.

Now it seems to work, you can test connections and actually call 'em. The pointer can be of another class, e.g. a GObject pointer can dispatch signals in a GWidget object without knowing of them.

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