I have been using the N810 for a week now. It’s plain awesome – its decently fast and most importantly things just work. The feel of the device is so good compared to my pricy 6110 S60 crap. I am really hoping Nokia will release a maemo based image for 6110 someday.
My previous experience with […]
BESCOM willing, I hope to finish the slides for my talk by tomorrow night.
Standard excuse – I have no time. I am looking for maintainer(s) for KDocker. Unlike it’s name suggests, it’s not a KDE application, it’s plain Qt 3.
Over the years (literally), I have just ignored bugs, feature requests, patches from many (~100) people. Today, I got a mail from Peter Toushkov with updated bulgarian translations. IIRC, […]
As promised in my previous blog post, I have written a couple of tutorials explaining how ODF document editing/saving works in KWord.
As before, please feel free to fix it, if you find something obviously wrong. I have to also point out that I wrote the articles primarily so I can help understand the […]
Thomas Zander pointed out to me sometime back that my name got mentioned in the link on Slashdot. I thought “Wow, that’s so cool. My first time on the dot. I mean now that I am famous and all, I can sell signed merchandise at akademy ”.
I read the techworld article and it […]
About 2 months ago, I started working on KWord ODF support. Getting productive working on KWord is no mean task – apart from the mandatory C++/Qt knowledge, one need to know Scribe, KDE, KOffice libs and KWord. I knew only C++/Qt and basic Scribe.
Thankfully, to add small ODF features to KWord, one can conveniently […]
Roop was wondering how to access an (QScript) array from C++. I spent sometime trying to figure how to do that, so I thought I will let the world know.
A search on the QScriptValue documentation page yields QScriptValue::isArray(). We can use that to determine if the value is an array or not. Unfortunately, it doesn’t […]
So, we are at 38 testcases now. After the initial burst, progress has been slow. This was expected because most of the remaining testcases are yet to be implemented in KWord.
Among other news, I made an announcement on the koffice-devel list about the progress. Pinaraf and dipesh who are actively working on adding other ODF […]
It’s been over a month now since Roop and I started working on getting the ODF support in KWord upto shape (Our work is sponsored by the NLNet foundation). To give us direction in pursuit of that holy grail, we started out automating the test suite at OpenDocument Fellowship.
We decided that we would take […]
This feels great. This post is an eight year old dream come true – I have always wanted to write an article titled “… for fun and profit” ever since I read the amazing phrack article . Qt Style Sheets makes it possible to style Qt widgets, we all know that. But, what if some […]