Announcing new version of the Qt4 bindings

John (J5) Palmieri johnp at
Mon Feb 13 10:27:39 PST 2006

This sounds fine with me.  One of the things we were discussing was
splitting out all the bindings for 1.0 and creating a testing suite
which pull the bindings, compile them and then test them against each
other.  We need to discuss the best way to house the sanctioned bindings
(do they all have to be at do we have coordinated
releases? etc.)  It would be good to hear your thoughts on how it should
work.  Ultimately we want to put on one public face for all the
officially maintained bindings but what that means is up in the air.

On Mon, 2006-02-13 at 18:41 +0100, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> After some internal discussions, we at Trolltech have come to the 
> conclusion that we'd like to see a deeper level of integration between 
> different applications in the Unix/X11 platform and that D-Bus is 
> probably the way to go. Therefore, Trolltech has decided to offer taking 
> over maintainership for the Qt4 bindings that are in the D-Bus CVS 
> repository.
> This means that I have been, for the past few weeks, working in my company 
> time to complete the features for the D-Bus bindings. The code is 
> currently branched into the KDE Subversion repository (which I like 
> better than CVS), which I had already been using prior to Trolltech's 
> offer.
> So, unless someone objects, we'll go forward with it. The current 
> maintainer (myself) and previous maintainer (Harald Fernengel) are Ok 
> with this.
> That would mean that, sometime in the next few days, I'd integrate the 
> changes that I have made to the source code into the CVS and make it the 
> main platform. (The diff currently stands at 280k, ~8800 lines, having 
> touched 50 files, 27 of which are new).
> I have been developing it with Qt 4.1.0. I'm not sure if Qt 4.0.0 still 
> works.
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