treat at kde.org
Sat Jul 29 13:57:17 UTC 2006
On Saturday 29 July 2006 12:33 am, Ashley Winters wrote:
> Sadly, it doesn't seem like the Trolls were able to come up with a
> better way to implement virtual function overrides than I did. They
> just derive from every class like Smoke does . :(
I'm afraid this is the only real way to do it that is supported by more than
> There's nothing too special about their signal/slot interface, either.
> It'll be interesting to see what their XML file format actually does
> for them, and how they manipulate their copy of the full Qt API.
Hmm, where have I heard of using an XML file for describing the API and for
providing custom code? ;)
> Their "technique" seems worth adopting for KDE, once open-sourced, as
> long as it's not actually written *IN* Java!
I have it on good authority this is written in C++ and makes extensive use of
Roberto Raggi's C++ parser which is also used for:
1. KDevelop's new parser
2. The qt3 to qt4 porting tool
3. Generating the specs for Qt's inclusion in LSB
> 1. see page 14 of the whitepaper @
> Anyone else going to keep an eye on the Jambi mailing-list?
I probably will.
> - Ashley Winters
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