@fcarney I can't beleive I missed your question. Comparing with Heob, Deleaker provides more features like taking snapshot at any moment, and comparing them later. Besides heap allocations, Deleaker also tracks COM/ActiveX/GDI/USER32 leaks etc.
Android port more or less working, but not usable yet, you can test it in the daily builds. There in not an official release yet.
Removed unnecessary Bin and Probe plugins.
Added audio latency control.
Removed OSS and QtAudio submodules.
Fixed a bug that happened when changing the format, resolution or FPS of the camera.
Improved error messages for the virtual camera.
File has now been updated (still same link).
QRegExp has been replaced with QRegularExpression. The fromString function now has some clever look-ahead and passes smaller substrings when recursing.
Performance has been improved considerably, up to 100 times for really large files. Have fun!
Please use the link below to redirect to google play store.
The most beautiful aspect of these apps is they all are made by Qt and OpenGL 3D. If anyone is interested you can ask me any questions you have.
We've added support for the first Qt types: QString and qreal.
You can now do this:
class Color : public Gpds::Serialize
virtual Gpds::Container toContainer() const override
c.setComment("a color object");
c.addValue("red", red).addAttribute("depth", "32");
c.addValue("green", green).addAttribute("depth", "32");
c.addValue("blue", blue).addAttribute("depth", "32");
virtual void fromContainer(const Gpds::Container& c) override
// Retrieve format
const QString& formatString = c.getAttribute("format").value_or("n/a");
assert( formatString == "rgb" );
name = c.getAttribute("name").value_or("n/a");
red = c.getValue<int>("red");
green = c.getValue<int>("green");
blue = c.getValue<int>("blue");
Which will result in the following XML:
<color format="rgb" name="Black">
There's also a Qt specific demo/example in the repo.
Isn't the world wonderful?
There's still a lot of stuff left to do tho.
Android playstore links:
After launching these 3 Android Simulation Apps, by Simulation-Apps, we are planning to
launch a new 3D Geometry Modelling App for Android users. It is still dependant on the
response we get from the previous 3 apps. Out of this 3, the first two are free, third one
is again a Geometry Modelling App but 2D which has a price.
More details will come later.
Please check out these three apps. And don't forget to give your feedback.
The price tag is modified to be free-app in play store for android users. Please check it out.
New good two free-apps launched on google play store check out please.
A new set of simulated games launched in google play store for android users. Please get your copy today from this link below. They're about Famous scientist Mr Conway's simulation Conway's game of life and one for a rotating cube with one touch rolling reverse.
This simulated apps are made with cutting edge technical tools and made to be perfect with almost no bugs, the detailed description are written in Play store.
Please grab your copy from the link below.
Conway's game of life
This is already what I use to generate _qml_plugin_import.cpp so I only import required plugin. I have to admit that the other one _plugin_import.cpp generation il a little bit more brute Force and may break in the future
I am starting with CHIP FTDI FT232R, which allows the electrical conversion between RS485 and RS232, (+ A, -B, GND) <-> USB-COM, in principle it reads 8 bit, without problems, since the converter, set autobound, parity, stop bit, etc. Then I will comment if I can in Master mode, read and write RS485 datagrams through the RS232 endpoint.
Seems quite interesting. I've been searching for this kind of application for a long time. I will be the one who will be eagerly waiting for your next update. I'm presently using Note taking app - SusuNote which is very slow. take this as a reference. you can download the app here: https://androidcrew.com/app/tedi.kakatsi.unicode
@wqking said in Building a Simple Algorithmic Trading Model with Qt and Boost:
What did you use Boost for?
Looks like it was used for boost::circular_buffer. There might be an argument to use boost also to get better numeric precision or to handle statistical distributions
If you mean showcasing within the "Qt world", AFAIK there is only this forum and here under showcase. However, this is merely a user driven forum. Therefore the audience might be limited.
Otherwise for show-casing you could contact the people of https://www.qt.io/ , but I am not aware that they are showcasing more activities already seen on the page.
You could publish your work with google playstore.