efforts to port non gui classes for QT 3.1 native port - was Re: Windows windows in taskbar

Ralf Habacker ralf.habacker at freenet.de
Tue Apr 20 22:41:13 CEST 2004

On Tuesday 20 April 2004 22:09, thiagoacorrea wrote:
> > linguist (still using cygwin for io, but native gui)
> Hi,
>   I can get you native IO, it's very easy to port the non-gui
> classes... Acctually I have ported almost all of them, maybe
> except for QProcess, which I have never had the need
> before. :)

Thats sound very nice. How do you like to contribute your code ? You can send 
the patches to this list or if you are familiar with cvs usage you can get a 
cvs write account to apply your patches by yourself. 

Relating to this I had private email contact with someone, who has started to 
port QSocket and had some success. I've suggested him to subscribe to this 
list, so you may work together. 

BTW: Porting QProcess is some more work. If anyone like to starts porting 
this, let me know. I can assist in some manners, for example with a win32 
pipe implementation called QPipe, which makes io redirection very easy. 


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