If anyone could get this working I would be very grateful: http://www.qtcentre.org/forum/showthread.php?p=8165.
I'm working from home today - implementing an algorithm involving a physical model... now I've come to the accuracy and dimensioning part. Handing values in the range from +200 to -50 together with e-9 sized factors makes my life really hard.
I'm positively surprised for the response to my last post. Four nice guys offered to help and I'm getting the first one of them up and running right now. It is lovely to see the open source community in action.
I'm wondering if there is anyone out there willing the help me with a spanish translation for SpeedCrunch. The application might get some attention in a spanish computer magazine and I feel that begin able to provide such a translation would be great. If you are willing to help, please mail me at e8johan -at- gmail -dot- com.
Update! I've got a contact now, thanks!
Lets not get upset and start to fight over some silly C++ bashing blog post. I checked out the C++ ISO standard draft and the result from Callum's example is undefined. Look at chapter 14.7.1, paragraph 12. For those C++ lovers out there who prefer GTK+/Gnome over Qt/KDE (how can they? ;-) there is the gtkmm bindings. That is, Callum's invalid code can be a part of a Gnome app as well as a KDE app, so lets not turn this into a flame-war.
I've been somewhat productive today. First I've been merging corrections into the Independent Qt Tutorial. Thanks for all the feedback. Then I've been splitting the SpeedCrunch site into a translatable part and the english-only parts (download and development).
Next in the pipe-line is the first release candidate for SpeedCrunch version 0.7.
I've been really busy the last couple of weeks but now I'm going on a business trip for the coming two weeks. That means lots of boring nights to kill of at the hotel (I'm not a bore, it is just that I'm going to Jokkmokk, so the nightlife is limited), i.e. hopefully a new release of SpeedCrunch and an update of the Independent Qt Tutorial - Qt 4 Edition (TIQT-4 from now on).
After a far too long lack of updates, the Independent Qt Tutorial is finally joined by a Qt 4 Edition. This time things are going to be done the Right Way, so everyting is scripted from a single source. The source code examples are copied directly from the compilable example sources into the HTML document and all off-line contents will be generated automatically. I write will be as there is alot of work left:
The chapters currently in the pipe-line include a quick presentation of the available widgets with examples, an in-depth look at the model/view concept and then a look at custom widgets.
But lets focus on what is available: an introduction to Qt and the signals/slots concept and then a run through a Qt application being built using Desinger. All chapters link directly to Trolltech's documentation when appropriate and all code is compilable. Check it out and tell me what you think at e8johan -at- gmail -dot- com.
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