Monthly Archive: September 2011

Sep 30

The future of moc

Two days ago, on his blog on some Qt Creator news, Christian wrote: We’re currently prototyping what would happen if we replaced our own C++ code model with clang’s. The first comment in the blog was praising that research, but that got me thinking: what do we gain from it? Qt Creator already has a …

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Sep 20

C++11 support in Qt 5

Marc Mutz posted today a blog calling for immediate support of C++11 in C++-based projects. He also linked to Herb Sutter’s blog saying the standard was unanimously approved in the ISO voting. In his blog, Marc calls for Qt 5 and KDE 5 to require C++11 in the compilers. I agree with the principle and …

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Sep 19

QUrl in Qt 5: encoding

One of the classes I used to maintain in Qt was QUrl and I had worked quite extensively with KUrl previously, so I knew what was wrong with the current API. And during the Contributor Summit in Berlin, I volunteered to rewrite QUrl, to add some features KUrl needed. I described the original goals of …

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Sep 12

New domain for Qt announced:

Lars has just announced on his blog that the Qt Open Source Project, under the Open Governance, will be moved to a new domain: (don’t bother copy/pasting, there’s nothing there yet). At the official Nokia Qt Blog, Daniel Kihlberg gives us the date for the launch: October 17th. The moving to a new domain …

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