JUL
19
2003

GPL'ed Qt on DirectFB!

The first, very-alpha, release of the Qt library on
DirectFB is now available for testing! A lot of things still have to be
implemented, so please don't expect to be able to run Konqueror on DirectFB
(yet). You can find screenshots and a link to the source here.

JUL
2
2003

Your Chance to Ask Trolltech

Thanks to KDE France, I have the chance to conduct a phone interview with Trolltech CEO Eirik Eng. If you have questions on Qt and Trolltech, now is the time to ask! I will harvest questions from LinuxFr, KDE France and of course here.

JUN
17
2003

Trolltech to release Qt/Mac GPL

Trolltech announced today that they will release a GPL version of Qt/Mac on June 23rd at the Apple's World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2003 in San Francisco taking their successful dual licensing strategy for Qt/X11 to the

FEB
28
2003

IBM, Adobe and Windows love Qt but Mozilla Bails

In breaking news, convicted French hacker Philippe Fremy has been accused of spreading malicious rumours regarding an alleged stab at Qt and companion PyQt by the highly regarded IBM developerWorks. But the concerted effort at dragging people's names through the mud does not end there.

DEC
19
2002

Qt Script for Applications 1.0 beta1, now GPL'd

Trolltech has announced a new beta of Qt Script for Applications. In the words of the blurb: "The QSA toolkit is made up of the following components: QSA library, which the developer of the C++ application uses to make their Qt-based applications scriptable.

AUG
5
2002

New Milestone for Qt C# Bindings

Qt# 0.4 has been released! Qt# is a set of cross-platform C# bindings for Trolltech's Qt GUI toolkit that is currently targeted towards Mono and Portable.NET.

AUG
2
2002

freehackers.org: Qt vs MFC

For those of you not yet convinced of the evils of the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), Philippe Fremy presents the English version of an article by Pascal Audoux that pits MFC against Qt. "The [Qt] architecture is a good object-oriented one and was obviously intelligently designed. The result is a toolkit very consistent regarding naming, inheritance, class organisation and methods.

APR
1
2002

Qt For The Console

The toolkit we know and love has finally been ported to the text console. The Qt-Console project reports having reached the point of successfully running ports of Konsole, KMail and even Konqueror on the console.

JAN
16
2002

Dalheimer: Design Patterns in Qt

Matthias Kalle Dalheimer,
who besides being one of the initial KDE developers, author of a famous
c't article which helped galvanize KDE early in its life, author of an
important series of early KDE articles
(1,
2,
3)

NOV
7
2001

Trolltech/Sharp Partner on Zaurus

Trolltech and
Sharp have
announced
a really spiffy-looking
Linux palmtop, named "Zaurus".
The device itself features
a sliding (retractable) keyboard, a color

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