Happy Easter



  • Hi all,

    I wish you a happy easter. Go out and find some choclate eggs :-)

    Gerolf


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    Thank you Gerolf, Happy Easter to you and all.

    Easter eggs are easy to spot this year. We got a snow cover of 5 cm on tulips and other spring flowers. Very unusual:D



  • Really, how is it easy to spot eggs covered under 5 cm snow? :-)



  • Happy easter to everyone :)



  • [quote author="Andre" date="1333965801"]Really, how is it easy to spot eggs covered under 5 cm snow? :-)[/quote]

    As you put them out after snowing, just look for color on white snow :-)



  • That doesn't count as hiding, if you ask me ;-)


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    [quote author="Gerolf" date="1334059501"][quote author="Andre" date="1333965801"]Really, how is it easy to spot eggs covered under 5 cm snow? :-)[/quote]

    As you put them out after snowing, just look for color on white snow :-)[/quote]
    Yes. This is an answer of an experienced family man!

    May be in the Netherlands you can put out the eggs the evening before. But towards the Alps there is too much wild life. Especially chocolate eggs would be gone in the morning.


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    [quote author="Andre" date="1334059696"]That doesn't count as hiding, if you ask me ;-)[/quote]

    Right, that does not qualify as hiding. But no matter of the age of kids they know how to follow footsteps. :-)



  • [quote author="koahnig" date="1334060048"][quote author="Andre" date="1334059696"]That doesn't count as hiding, if you ask me ;-)[/quote]

    Right, that does not qualify as hiding. But no matter of the age of kids they know how to follow footsteps. :-)
    [/quote]

    Hiding always depends on the target, how hard you do it. If I ask my children, it's hard enough for them, if the eggs are just behind the trees, not somewhere under something or inside something....



  • I guess that's one of the many things I'll have to learn over the next couple of years... ;-)


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    Well, sometimes mapping where you have hidden the eggs is good as well. They may be hidden too well and survive the wildlife until next Easter. Happened to us.

    @Andre You need to learn on the fly. The documentation of Qt is certainly much better than the nothing you get with babies. :D



  • @koahnig: But I assume, for babys, you have more people you can ask questions, even you will get many different answers :-)

    And there are witepapers, you can get regarding babies, look at a book store :-)



  • But... can I get the source code, and recompile if needed?



  • You can try... ;-)



  • [quote author="Gerolf" date="1334066717"]You can try... ;-)[/quote]

    What compiler toolchain would you recommend for that? Just for future reference, of course...



  • Ähm, you should try two compilers, a female and a male one...


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    [quote author="Gerolf" date="1334066288"]@koahnig: But I assume, for babys, you have more people you can ask questions, even you will get many different answers :-)

    And there are witepapers, you can get regarding babies, look at a book store :-)[/quote]

    Some times it is better to close your ears and ignore all advises. ;-)
    This is what parents have to relearn from their kids. They used to be the same way when they were kids.

    Advises do not work because of version issues.
    Whatever you do is wrong anyway as one will find out as soon as beta testing (ehm puperty) is almost over.

    Recompiling may be fun ;-) But you start all over again as well.



  • But perhaps, you can learn from recompile to recompile ;-)


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