shttp and qt
marekw1977 at yahoo.com.au
Wed Sep 14 03:35:22 BST 2005
On Tue, 13 Sep 2005 19:09, Kevin Krammer wrote:
> On Tuesday 13 September 2005 08:49, Marek W wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I am writing a usage meter for KDE for use with my ISP (here in
> > Australia). The account data is obtained through a simple URL GET.
> > I've got that working, but now I want to get this working over https.
> > I've gone through the qt archives, and lots of people suggest writing
> > shttp class based on QHttp source.
> > I'm new to C++ having done C at uni and working with Java for a few years
> > now. I am hoping someone can point me to an Open Source version of such a
> > beast. This is my first foray into Qt, KDE and OS programming. I'd hate
> > to reinvent the wheel when I'm sure someone has done this before.
> If you are writing a KDE application, you can use KDE's IO architecture
> called KIO.
> It can handle https like it handled http, you only have to change the
> protocol in the URLs you use.
> For get():
> If you have further questions regarding KDE devhelopment I suggest you
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I am actually aiming to have this applet running on OS X and someday on
Windows to measure Qt's mutliplatform development processes.
Anyway, this obviously is off-topic here, another mailing list here I come.
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