Qt News Archives
Lars Knoll shared this morning that the Qt 5.0 Beta should be ready for release within the next two weeks.
26 June 2012 - New Release - 2 Comments
The Qt 5.0 tool-kit is beginning to take greater advantage of the C++11 programming language update.
11 June 2012 - Qt 5 C++11 - 8 Comments
Qt 5.0 Alpha was released this morning by the Norwegians.
3 April 2012 - Qt 5.0 Alpha - 1 Comment
One of the targeted mobile platforms to target with Qt 5.0 has been Apple's iOS, but it looks like some technical problems may prevent Qt5 from coming to your iPhone or iPad.
30 March 2012 - Qt 5.0 - 3 Comments
Frederik Gladhorn of Nokia has made public a mini status report about what various developers from Nokia's Qt office in Oslo, Norway are working on at the moment.
20 March 2012 - Oslo Report
In an email to Phoronix, Digia has clarified their Qt Commercial releases and further affirmed their commitment to the public Qt Project.
24 January 2012 - They Say - 7 Comments
In 2011 when talking about Digia putting out new Qt Commercial releases with over one hundred changes compared to what's found in the open-source/community Qt repository, many Phoronix readers were upset by this large delta. Digia is still putting out new Qt Commercial releases that carry large differences to the upstream open-source releases, but they've offered up the patches for mainline integration.
19 January 2012 - Changes - 5 Comments
GammaRay 1.1 has been released, which is an interesting open-source application that allows the user to poke KDE/Qt applications and to manipulate these application binaries at run-time through a variety of techniques.
12 January 2012 - Binary Pokes
Besides monitoring the Linux kernel merge window for its interesting features, another project with an active merge window worth tracking right now is for Qt 5.0. The merge window on Qt 5.0 will close at the beginning of February.
5 January 2012 - Merge Window
Qt 4.8 was released today with several new features.
15 December 2011 - Tool-Kit - 87 Comments
LightDM, the promising light-weight and extensible display manager that became the default in Ubuntu 11.10, is receiving some KDE love.
14 December 2011 - LightDM - 5 Comments
Laszlo Papp, a KDE mobile developer, has proposed a 3D audio support module for the Qt Playground that's based around the OpenAL API.
13 December 2011 - Proposed
For those that weren't present at the Qt Developer Days 2011 in Munich this past week, here's some of the content that's now available online from this conference that marked the beginning of the Qt Project.
30 October 2011 - Qt DD 2011 Munich - 2 Comments
C++11, the new C++ ISO standard that was approved last month and formerly was known as C++0x, has been called to be employed by Qt and KDE as quickly as possible.
21 September 2011 - Discussion - 9 Comments
For those interested in the Qt tool-kit and its move towards an open governance model, there's two blog posts worth reading today.
12 September 2011 - Munich - 3 Comments
LightDM, the cross-desktop display manager that provides a clean API for writing multiple user-interfaces and for delivering fast performance, continues to mature. With the Ubuntu 11.10 release in October, Ubuntu is using LightDM instead of the GDM from GNOME as the display / log-in manager. For those concerned that the KDE side may be not getting enough love, it actually is and there's been progress made on a Qt-powered interface.
2 June 2011 - New Work - 8 Comments
Yesterday I delivered the live news about Nokia's plans for Qt 5 with its new features and a road-map to deliver this new tool-kit in the 2012 calendar year. With Qt 5 now being talked about, so is KDE 5.
10 May 2011 - KDE 5 Desktop? - 7 Comments
Just announced during the Ubuntu Developer Summit in Budapest is word that Qt 5 is in development and will be released in the next calendar year.
9 May 2011 - UDS Summit - 7 Comments
A week after the release of LLVM 2.9 with Clang, it now appears that it's successfully building the Qt library. Not only is Clang being boot-strapped and compiling Qt4, but it's also building the WebKit module. Once everything's built, it's working and even the Flash module is working from within there.
11 April 2011 - It Moves - 13 Comments
Just days after blogging about Gallium3D and the TGSI IR that could be replaced with LLVM IR in LunarGLASS, Zack Rusin has written a new entry regarding 2D acceleration and the lack of really any innovation or major changes to this area of graphics processing in recent years. However, that is beginning to change at least in the Nokia world when it comes to QML and Qt Scene Graph.
2 November 2010 - Vastly Different 2D Rendering - 8 Comments
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