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    Ah, you are referring to the menu. I haven't...

    Ah, you are referring to the menu. I haven't tried but since the menu structure is loaded from file I wouldn't be surprised if one could remove it as well.
    Haven't even thought about the menu since...
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    Ah. Hmm, I don't have bookmarks in the file...

    Ah.

    Hmm, I don't have bookmarks in the file manager profile anymore, places replaced that for both Konqueror and Dolphin for me.

    I don't know what that download manager is but since I can...
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    Taking the browser configuration, can you give an...

    Taking the browser configuration, can you give an example?

    Konqueror and Firefox are almost identical here, the only difference is that Firefox has the tabs above the address input line while...
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    Exactly! How anyone can describe a shell as...

    Exactly!
    How anyone can describe a shell as "opposite" to the "Unix philosophy" is really strange.

    Cheers,
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    Welll, just to put this into perspective:...

    Welll, just to put this into perspective: Konqueror has also had a WebKit based render engine for many year now.
    As far as I know QtWebKit with necessary KDE integration bits, same as Rekonq.


    I...
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    String and bytearray are two dfferent concepts...

    String and bytearray are two dfferent concepts but QByteArray could probably be a subclass of QVector<uint8_t> with convenience methods added on top of it.

    Cheers,
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  7. :) My main concern in this case is that there is...

    :)
    My main concern in this case is that there is a raw pointer being passed through the separation layer and, from my point of view, in the wrong direction.



    Yes, using DeclarativeWidgets.
    ...
  8. Sure, I do that as well, e.g. have application...

    Sure, I do that as well, e.g. have application specific QML instantiatable types.
    Maybe core was a bad naming on my part. What I meant is that part of the application that is always there versus the...
  9. I think we actually agree on this. I just...

    I think we actually agree on this.

    I just additionally don't want my core to depend on the UI at all, I want to be able to do let the QML engine instantiate QtWidgets or BB10 Cascades, etc....
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    You must be confusing different things. Qt is a ...

    You must be confusing different things. Qt is a set of libraries, they don't have an UI themselves.

    Developers building Qt can decide certain option at configuration times, a technique usually...
  11. Ah, I see, you are not replying to my comments at...

    Ah, I see, you are not replying to my comments at all, but to some other discussion.

    You could either use the "Reply to Thread" button or "Reply With Quote" on a comment that is part of that...
  12. I don't see how that could possibly be related to...

    I don't see how that could possibly be related to the statement you were quoting.


    Which does not seem to have any GUI, least a fancy one.
    As I wrote before, the goal of people getting into...
  13. Hmm. I guess this is a border line case, i.e....

    Hmm. I guess this is a border line case, i.e. whether one considers the event to be a user interface type or data.
    You seem to think of it as data which you want to pass to C++, I would consider it...
  14. I can fully relate to that. My initial...

    I can fully relate to that.

    My initial reaction to "QML" was also dislike, because I hadn't understood the distinction between QML and QtQuick yet due to so many people using it interchangably....
  15. I have a very similar background so I can related...

    I have a very similar background so I can related to that and mostly agree. However, my understanding of the current situation is that students of any age nowadays need gratifaction really quickly...
  16. If a platform has a GPU accelerated 2D drawing...

    If a platform has a GPU accelerated 2D drawing API, the platform plugin for that system can provide a backend based on that API.

    Currently that is not the case because the raster backend is quite...
  17. Easy to confuse since a lot of people mistakingly...

    Easy to confuse since a lot of people mistakingly equate QML and QtQuick.

    Being a replacement for .ui based UI building is actually only one of the use cases. Granted the initial one, but very...
  18. A lot of JavaScript usage with QML is only during...

    A lot of JavaScript usage with QML is only during the rapid development stages of an application.
    Not having to be compiled, being reloadable, makes initial iterations a lot faster.

    Any component...
  19. You are confusing two technologies. Qt Widgets...

    You are confusing two technologies.
    Qt Widgets is a UI component set with an emphasis on standard desktop style interfaces.
    QML is a object tree building technology.

    As a developer you can...
  20. There are all kinds of people reading here :) ...

    There are all kinds of people reading here :)


    Recently?
    I I remember that mostly from the late 90s, early 2000s, when IDE were often very bad.
    Many of them lacked support for buildsystems...
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