Hi sigrid! I am trying to run you example in a QtQuickApplication project where I have placed a main.cpp with the code suggested in the wiki page and a button.qml file. Unfortunately when trying to run the example I get the error message symbol(s) not found for architecture x86_64. I am using QtCreator 2.4 (Qt 4.7.4) in MacOSX Lion. Is there anything I missed when setting up the project? Thank you in advance for your help...
That would depend on the language you use as your base, I guess. I think that the approach would only work if the language you want to use for your strings doesn't have or need too many non-ascii characters to produce something readable. I know for instance German has rules about replacing "Güt" with "Guet" and the Ringel-S (sorry, no idea how to type that one on my keyboard here) with a double-s. How that would work on "Saint Honoré", I don't know, I don't often run into strings like that in my applications. I guess I would just leave off the accent from the é. I know I (have to) do that for my name all the time anyway...
What I do, is that I keep all strings in my sources in English. English doesn't have non-ascii characters, so normally you would not run into these. Then, I make translation files
to English (yes, translate English to English to get plurals working)
other required language(s) if needed.
When I need non-ascii characters in my source, for instance when I want to use symbols from the unicode table, I usually use the unicode code directly. That is, instead of writing QChar('∞'), I would use QChar(0x221E); //infinity symbol. That happens only sporadically though, little enough to make that workable.
I did that but I got some error saying I was not in the users list. Dont know if its because I had a underscore in my login name. I just created another account with a different user name, it seems now I can get the tools to edit. I dont know why this happen, but it's solve with my new account.
[quote author="ZapB" date="1311510265"]Glad to hear somebody is finding it useful. ;-)[/quote]
It is really nice! I already love the spinner :)
[quote author="ZapB" date="1311510443"]
So you do not need to implement a destructor in your MainWindow class (the default one will do).[/quote]
OK, fixed. Thanks.
Btw I have performed a couple of other minor and very simple changes at updateSpinner() and paint() which I believe could optimize a little bit the source code. Please when you have time take a look just to make sure I have not ruined anything else unexpectedly with my changes :)
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Ok, this can we do. Which toolchain do you need, x86 or arm? I've got both, with integreated Qt. That means, you can use that toolchain direct without anything else. The x86 version is build with Qt 4.7.0, will be updated propably soon. The arm version is build with Qt 4.7.2, so it's brand new.
And on monday I'm back at work. So let me know, if you are interested in!
It's a bit of a tricky question. So far, the biggest chunk of content is about developing applications with Qt as opposed to developing Qt itself.
"Qt Development" felt pretty clear to me (similar to "Web Development" for example). I am not sure if we don't confuse more people by naming the category like this which is dealing with the development of the libraries themselves...
In conclusion: I don't know either. At least not right now. If you can give me some time, chances are good that it changes. :P
[quote author="Volker" date="1295262975"]But why not let the computer do the work instead of manually searching for the changes. In the email diff you can check if the change is important for you or just, say, corrects some whitespace or spelling error. I would definitely prefer the more verbose email.[/quote]
Also, you made me think of something else: it could be useful to have a Minor edit button when editing, to say that we're not changing the whole article, just correcting a typo or so (just like Wikipedia, for example). And the subscribers would have the choice of being notified of such minor edits or no.
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