Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 6th Jun 2007 20:30 UTC, submitted by Eskil A. Blomfeldt
Qt After several technical previews and betas, Trolltech has launched Qt Jambi (Qt for Java) as a product under a dual licensing model (commercial and GPL license). There are also some product information and demos, and downloads for open source versions.
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RE[4]: Well, cool
by Moochman on Thu 7th Jun 2007 16:15 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Well, cool"
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Thanks for the info. If you'll bear with me, I have yet another couple of questions ;) :

Native libraries are usually bundled with the application, whether it's a Java application or a native application.

Okay, so in the case of a Mac app I'd guess that the native libraries are bundled in the program's app-folder, and in the case of Windows they're bundled in an installation program?

The ability to easily combine native and Java-code using Qt and Qt Jambi side-by-side, and using the Qt Jambi Generator, which is part of the package.

That is cool. So if I understand correctly, the Generator (which sounds quite amazing by the way) is capable of letting you use C++ libraries in a Java project and compiling the thing to Java bytecode. But to avoid confusion, Qt Jambi does not work the other way around; i.e. you can't integrate Java code into existing Qt projects and compile it all to a native platform, right?

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