Monthly Archive: May 2012

May 28

“Doesn’t work” doesn’t work

Every now and again, someone posts on IRC or to a mailing lists about an issue they’ve had and their description of the problem is that “it doesn’t work”. There’s nothing more annoying to the person giving help than to see that description… That happened to me twice again today, which is what prompted me …

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May 18

I’m going to Akademy and the Qt Contributor Summit

Just a quick post so I can say I’m going to both events: Akademy 2012 and the Qt Contributors Summit 2012. I hope to see many of you there, and we have a lot to discuss and work on.

May 11

Source code must be UTF-8 and QString wants it

I’ve talked about source code encoding in the past, arguing that the C++ language lacks a fundamental setting. However, since this Monday, Qt 5 now starts to enforce that source code must be UTF-8. In a way. The commit that landed on the qtbase repository finally changed the codec used by QString’s 8-bit methods to …

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