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Matthieu
On trolltech site, you've two major libraries : QT and QTopia

when you click on QTopia library, you've got the list of the class present in this library.
But on the page of Qtopia, there is a poinetr to QT/embedded, which has mroe classes than QTopia.

I don't understand the difference between qtopia and qt/embedded.
TimW
QUOTE(Matthieu @ Mar 30 2005, 10:47 AM)
On trolltech site, you've two major libraries : QT and QTopia

when you click on QTopia library, you've got the list of the class present in this library.
But on the page of Qtopia, there is a poinetr to QT/embedded, which has mroe classes than QTopia.

I don't understand the difference between qtopia and qt/embedded.
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Essentially, Qtopia adds a few extra classes to QT/embedded which makes developing PDA apps easier. You can run QT/embedded apps on the Zaurus (for example) but to get the proper "look and feel" you should use the Qtopia classes, (eg use QPEApplication instead of QApplication etc)
speculatrix
QUOTE(TimW @ Mar 30 2005, 11:03 AM)
QUOTE(Matthieu @ Mar 30 2005, 10:47 AM)
On trolltech site, you've two major libraries : QT and QTopia

when you click on QTopia library, you've got the list of the class present in this library.
But on the page of Qtopia, there is a poinetr to QT/embedded, which has mroe classes than QTopia.

I don't understand the difference between qtopia and qt/embedded.
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Essentially, Qtopia adds a few extra classes to QT/embedded which makes developing PDA apps easier. You can run QT/embedded apps on the Zaurus (for example) but to get the proper "look and feel" you should use the Qtopia classes, (eg use QPEApplication instead of QApplication etc)
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