Well… BIG MISTAKE, the forums are worst, they are dead, it’s too bad that you pay for a product (and it’s not cheap, a few hundred dollars) and you get as much support as a dead sourceforge project.
On our forum, we provide answers to problems that do not cause us to doubt. All errors and especially critical bugs that are posted on forum are corrected instantly and you will have the way for bypassing. If you encounter a problem or misunderstanding of architecture i ask you to duplicate your problem to mailbox - email@example.com. So i beg you to note that the project is young and needs time to tidy up some of its parts (including documentation).
In addition, i want to thank you for your order and i hope that all problems will be solved ultimately!
No, Squish tests do not break because of updating Squish. I guess we'd have no customers if that would be the case :-)
The wording there may be unfortunate. What is meant is that you should not just record tests and leave it that way but rather see the recorder as an assistive tool to create tests and use methods such as refactoring to generate stable and easy to maintain scripts.
Something along the lines as you can find in our documentation at http://doc.froglogic.com/squish/4.1/all/tut-qt-creating-manual-tests.html
It is a common, unfortunately wrong expectation that GUI testing means that you just need to record and that's it. Short-term that may be ok and work but long-term this will be not what you want to maintain. So indeed, test automation is a mix of script development and using assistive tools such as recording, snippet recording, the spy, object map, etc.
Quick update: VMPK & FluidSynth 0.1.0 released
Available at OVI Store
"Scott Meyers":http://www.aristeia.com has a three-day course, "An Overview of the New C++":http://www.aristeia.com/C++0x.html. The presentation materials are also "available":http://www.artima.com/shop/overview_of_the_new_cpp.
I have not taken the course or read the presentation materials. I can only recommend it based upon the excellent "Effective" series books by Scott Meyers.
See also "Where can I learn more about C++0x?":http://stackoverflow.com/questions/200237/where-can-i-learn-more-about-c0x
[quote author="Tobias Hunger" date="1313077192"]We try to have 1 to 2 weeks between RC and final release (provided nobody reports show stopper "bugs":http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/ of course;-).[/quote]
Hopefully the regressions like "QTCREATORBUG-5759":https://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/browse/QTCREATORBUG-5759 will be fixed. Not really a show stopper in general, but definitely for me... and what a pain to convert all the .pro.user files back to 2.2.1 then, I should really make backups for the next release cycle...
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[quote author="task_struct" date="1311860356"]For example, Intel wants to use MeeGo for their new Atom based In-vehicle Infotainment (IVI) systems.[/quote]
Absolutely. I read that "MeeGo was chosen by the GENIVI alliance for In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI)":http://www.linuxfoundation.org/news-media/announcements/2010/07/meego-software-platform-chosen-genivi-alliance a year ago. According to "their web site":http://www.genivi.org/ABOUT/GENIVIMembers/tabid/430/Default.aspx GENIVI Alliance includes BMW Group, Jaguar, Peugeot, Citroen, Renault, etc.
Only my company is not there :(
I hope that it is just the beginning and a lot more companies will join later ;)
I'm not sure if the challenge is for Chinese developers only, but if you know Chinese or you can fill the form, i think it's for all of us. And i reading the introduction of the challenge, it's hold by Nokia, is there some other challenges be hold in other countrys around the world?
It is more than 2 weeks after the Nokia connection event and no further info on Qt for ' next billion '. I tend to agree with Qtk that they themselves are not sure. Note that at around 4% market share, WP don't have an ecosystem. The only ecosystem that Nokia has is the Symbian one. So I wonder if these types of announcements are actually aimed at getting more Qt apps for Symbian, until WP gets on more phones. Sorry, unless Nokia doesn't give any solid information, people will keep guessing.
Yes you should have told TNT that you would not pay and that they need to figure it out them selves. This happened to me:
-The courier told me that I had to pay the tax.
-I told him that there was no way I would pay the tax, as Nokia clearly stated that they were covering all the cost (tax included).
-Within an hour he was at my door step with the sweet Qt Ambassador package in hand.