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snowfarthing
post Jun 30 2006, 06:10 PM
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A few days ago I found a topic that had an ipk that apparently gave full support of Qt under Opie. As I tend to favor Opie and really like Qt (in particular, there's a geometry program called KSEG that I'd like to use under Opie that uses everything under Qt3), I was really excited about the topic. Unfortunately, one-year-old my daughter turned off the computer before I could download it, and I cannot find the forum or the topic where this was, despite my best efforts to find it. huh.gif

Does anyone know where I can find this topic?

I also remember someone making a snide comment asking why anyone would want to use Qt under Opie, but I wasn't able to answer why either. My answer is this: I really like Qt, and would like to develop things in it. Thus, I can't wait until I can download this and try it! laugh.gif
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snowfarthing
post Jul 1 2006, 01:43 PM
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Hey, I finally found the thread! The link is:

http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=19341&hl=xqt

I'm not quite sure why it eluded my for so long, especially since I found it quickly after searching for "xqt". One thing I've noticed about the forum search function is that it isn't very flexible. Also, now that I've found it, it's absolutely certain that it doesn't have support for Qt3.

I'll have to give GPE a try sometime. Since I'll be going to Canada for three weeks, though, I won't be able to try anytime soon.

Thanks for your help with this, though!
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