Archive for April, 2010

Qt licensing style for You

Licensing is somewhat confusing when it comes to Qt. There are few kinds of license that You can choose from, and depending on the specific of distribution of Your software it can become somewhat confusing.

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Static qT compilation and mingwm10.dll (MinGW) confusion.

After some reading, on the web, about MinGW compiler It comes to my attention that using static qT build without mingwm10.dll could cause memory leeks. That’s due to specific job that mingwm10 perform, with is catch dying threads and clean up data after them and handle exception in code. This is probably the reason, why by default, MinGW links that library in the first place. Read the rest of this entry »

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[qT] Remove items from model and list

Removing items from views can be somewhat troublesome. Not because it is hard, but because the idea behind it is part of more wide subject, with is MVC (Model View Controller). It nutshell Model is something like database, that store all the information that can be later displayed by Views. View is visual representation of model, it can be i.e. ListView, TableView, or ListWidgetView and so on. Read the rest of this entry »

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