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    Quote Originally Posted by Vadi View Post
    The promised glade improvements are coming :x
    Be sure to rebase any work off Git master. In there should be most of the GTK2 fixes for resizing and all of the other items you mentioned.

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    Ok.

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    P.S. to all: The GUI is NOT even the major feature for Phoronix Test Suite 2.0

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    There's some more work just pushed into Git.

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    I'm amazed. I wasn't expecting this Looks very good and the whole test suite it's a thing that was really missing from Unixes. Futuremark, in your face! :P

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    I would like to know who tested the GUI yet. Kanotix users (with lenny base) can just do:

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    apt-get update && apt-get install phoronix-test-suite-gui

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    There is a PHP Qt module, but I am not too familiar with it and uncertain whether it's still maintained. There is only about 1,000 lines of GTK2 code that powers the Phoronix Test Suite GUI, so it wouldn't be hard to port it over. If there is enough requests for a Qt interface, I may consider doing the work.
    Given that Nokia changed Qt licence to LGPL on 14 Jan 2009 (e.g. http://arstechnica.com/open-source/n...evelopment.ars) , Qt has become the viable contender of choice. Count my vote for Qt.

    Still, thanks for an amazing effort!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabriah View Post
    Given that Nokia changed Qt licence to LGPL on 14 Jan 2009
    You could have at least pointed to the Phoronix article

    Quote Originally Posted by sabriah View Post
    Qt has become the viable contender of choice. Count my vote for Qt.

    Still, thanks for an amazing effort!
    Sadly, it looks like the PHP Qt project is pretty dead. The most recent release was 2007 and their mailing list is just a spam haven.

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    If it is possible to use Qt, even with the old PHP Qt bindings, then I agree it should be ported.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    P.S. to all: The GUI is NOT even the major feature for Phoronix Test Suite 2.0
    Ya well you have issues with the ALT-F12-ESC-Numpad Enter keyboard easter egg, Micheal. The UT3 client crashes on the CTF Maps. Ooops sorry I'll finish the rest of this post in PM.

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