Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 20th Dec 2005 14:17 UTC, submitted by Anonymous
Qt Trolltech has just released Qt 4.1. Many new features were added since Qt 4.0, including integrated support for rendering SVG drawings and animations, a PDF backend to the Qt printing system and a lightweight unit testing framework. Qt Designer, OpenGL support and Visual Studio .NET integration were updated too.
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RE: Trolltech delivers...
by Happel on Wed 21st Dec 2005 11:21 UTC in reply to "Trolltech delivers..."
Happel
Member since:
2005-11-16

You should go to discuss on dot.kde.org. Because OSnews is full of trolls(eg. Simba) who don't know a shit. Comparing toolkit to bunch of IDEs. How stupid can he be?

Why these logistics companies keep buying expensive trucks when they can just buy Fiat Punto?

Sorry my english sucks.

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RE[2]: Trolltech delivers...
by Simba on Wed 21st Dec 2005 21:30 in reply to "RE: Trolltech delivers..."
Simba Member since:
2005-10-08

" who don't know a shit. Comparing toolkit to bunch of IDEs. How stupid can he be?"

I compared the toolkit to the IDE because I needed something to compare Qt to that didn't result in division by zero (and produce the result that Qt is infinity times more expensve than the competing product) thanks to the fact that most competing products with Qt don't cost a dime.

But since you want to accuse me being stupid, I will accomidate you and compare the Qt cross platform toolkit, to the underlying source for the IDE:

Qt is infinity times more expensive than Java
Qt is infinity times more expensive than .NET / mono
Qt is infinity times more expensive than the Eclipse RCP framework
Qt is infinity times more expensive than the Netbeans RCP framework.

There. Are you happier now? after all, the theoretical result of division by 0 is infinity.

And by the way, not everything I compared it to was was just an IDE. Visual Studio .NET Enterpise is a HELL of a lot more than just an IDE. And if you don't know that, you are one who doesn't know anything.

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RE[3]: Trolltech delivers...
by smitty on Wed 21st Dec 2005 21:43 in reply to "RE[2]: Trolltech delivers..."
smitty Member since:
2005-10-13

Not to be picky, but something divided by 0 is not infinity, it is undefined. The limit approaches infinity, but you cannot say that it equals infinity because it doesn't exist.

Also, while I would agree that Java is more portable than QT, I would definitely NOT go so far as to say that you can simply run a Java app on any platform without even recompiling. Most complex java apps do require a few tweaks to their source code in order to run correctly on different platforms.

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