Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 19th Dec 2007 21:35 UTC, submitted by borker
Qt Trolltech has published a preview of Qt 4.4. "Qt 4.4 is one of the most exciting Qt releases ever, expanding the range of what is possible with Qt. While the release is still several months away, we would like to provide you with a sneak preview of several key new technologies set to be included in Qt 4.4."
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Something is missing from it, though.
by axilmar on Thu 20th Dec 2007 12:48 UTC
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Garbage collection! Qt should should use Boehm's gc to provide the best programming experience!

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AlexandreAM Member since:

Please correct me if I'm wrong because I don't really know much about this (and would like to) but:

Can't you just use Boehm's gc by yourself in your app ? Does the framework need to support it anyhow ?

I've been thinking in trying libgc with Gtk+ and I think the answer wouldn't be that different so, that's why I'm asking.

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slougi Member since:

All QObject-derived class instances are automatically deleted when their parent object is destroyed. You mostly don't need to worry about garbage collection.

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