Monthly Archives: November 2011
Q To-Do is a work-in-progress on porting To-Do-O to Qt/QML. Currently Q To-Do supports the basic features for handling a to-do list, such as: adding new, editing, deleting, or moving entries. A sync functionality as in To-Do-O is currently missing. … Continue reading
Inspired by a comment to my QML C++ Object Example I updated this example to also show how to work similarly with QML lists.
In this post I show how to exchange data and objects between C++ and QML and vice versa. I initially created a simple example from some old code due to a question on IRC. While I was at it I … Continue reading
Simplictionary is a simple reader for dictionaries in XDXF format. It is almost entirely written in QML (except the usual launcher part and a tiny helper class for getting a list of installed dictionaries from the filesystem). You can download … Continue reading
I regularly use LaTeX for documentation. While lstlisting is really great for printing snippets of code out of the box you may encounter some situations where you need to tweak it a little to fit your needs. Imagine you have, … Continue reading