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Didier ‘OdyX’ Raboud once again borrowed his great Debian packaging/integration skills to the PySide project, and created packages for the latest Ubuntu releases (including the development one, codenamed “natty”). They are available on the official repository. See the download instructions … Continue reading
It’s been some time since my last update on the Qt for Symbian Linux installer. My colleague Bruno Abinader did a great job in the meantime, by releasing his own modified “all-in-one” script that installed gnupoc, Qt, Qt Mobility and … Continue reading
Some may have noticed that the Nokia Qt SDK contains a simulator for Qt applications on Nokia devices. It consists of the simulator application, plus Qt libraries built for its platform (Q_WS_SIMULATOR), which basically “wraps” the target application on the … Continue reading
Are you a Python developer, feeling envious of your C++-coding buddies cranking out N900 Qt applications with all those nice Qt Mobility APIs? No reason for envy any longer: The PyMaemo/PySide team is proud to present PySide Mobility: Python bindings … Continue reading
Qt 4.6.2 for Maemo 5 was released this week. Due to some changes prior to the final Qt release, PySide users might have seen this error when trying to use QtQui: Traceback (most recent call last): File “<string>”, line 1, … Continue reading
Qt 4.6.2 was released last Monday, so I took some time to update the GnuPoc and Qt installer scripts I previously released for 4.6.1. Besides the upgrade to Qt 4.6.2, there are other minor changes: Both installers now check MD5 … Continue reading