Linked by martini on Wed 21st Sep 2011 22:08 UTC
Qt The QT framework has become the a popular route to port several open source applications to OS/2 and eComStation. Version 4.7.3 has been ported to this platform and it is available for download; the improvement list is also available. The QT Creator IDE has also been ported.
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by OSGuy on Thu 22nd Sep 2011 10:07 UTC
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I can't even try eComStation, the 1.2 Live CD doesn't work on my new hardware and where is 2.0 Live version? It's been long since 2.0 got released and this link: still says The current Demo CD is based on the eComStation 1.2 product ... (at least @ the time of this post). Correct me if I am wrong but I think it's been well over a year since 2.0 got released.

Edited 2011-09-22 10:10 UTC

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RE: Pointless
by sgtarky on Thu 22nd Sep 2011 13:04 UTC in reply to "Pointless"
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wow qt for ecom...3 people will be happy

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RE[2]: Pointless
by cdude on Thu 22nd Sep 2011 15:55 UTC in reply to "RE: Pointless"
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2008-09-21 sounds like there are way more users. Sometimes a platform in maintaining-mode can be more attractive then something moving and changing all of the time.

Nice to see Qt building more and more bridges between all those platforms out there. Truly a cross-platform framework.

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RE[2]: Pointless
by poundsmack on Fri 23rd Sep 2011 00:18 UTC in reply to "RE: Pointless"
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I'm one of the 3. Thanks guys!

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Qt not QT
by theuserbl on Thu 22nd Sep 2011 18:19 UTC
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> Qt 4.7.3 Released for OS/2, eComStation

That is right.

> The QT framework
> The QT Creator IDE

And this is wrong.

It is called Qt.
"QT" stands for Apples "QuickTime".

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back in the day.
by redshift on Fri 23rd Sep 2011 16:30 UTC
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I used to really like OS/2 back in the day. I still remember shoveling 30 some odds floppies into my computer to install it.

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