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Re: vacuum news for os4
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Chris.. we need a webkit datatype now.. :P

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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Quote:

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Chris.. we need a webkit datatype now.. :P


I think that it would be better to use a non-Qt version of WebKit for that task, unless there is a particular advantage I'm not aware of.

In other news, Arora looks pretty good, should we need another WebKit-based browser.

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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@alfkil

Impressive !

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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@alfkil

Try this version of libqdt: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/cdyoung/tmp/libqdt.lha

This adds a potentially missing overloaded function, no idea if this is the cause but it's the only thing I can see which might be wrong (without access to QtWebKit).

I doubt it will make any difference because I assume my plugin is saying it can handle the format (otherwise it would fail over to a different plugin), and then not returning the decoded data.

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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What i lack on amiga is a good and small torrent client like utorrent (microtorrent) on windows. Is there any good ones in QT that can be ported ?

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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Seems that ctorrent has been abandoned. No update for ages. So i won't make new versions. Lost interest in it. I'm trying to find an alternative. So if you find one thats easy to port i might give it a try.

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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Is BTG a possibility?

http://btg.berlios.de/


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Re: vacuum news for os4
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@Kicko

I've been using this one:

http://ktorrent.org/?q=screenshots

Except for Transmission (for Linux) and it is similar to uTorrent. I'd like to see that one ported.

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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@alfkil

Did that version of libqdt fix the problem?

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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@chris

Nope, didn't fix it

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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@alfkil

OK, when I get hold of QtWebKit I'll chuck some debug in and see if I can figure out what is going on.

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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How is qtwebkit progressing? Is it useful yet?

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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And btw, so the network part it your qt port is good enough for porting network apps now?

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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QtWeb will be a wonderful browser as is (and I hope it will be fast aswell) once Alfkil will complete at 100% his QT integration, personally i'm just waiting for the new QT beta WIP to test.

I have the feeling that this release in development will be a milestone

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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I haven't been working on libQtWebKit for a while now, I ran into some problems that I was not able to solve immediately. In any case, I don't think that having QtWebKit is going to be of much help, I doubt that it will be able to outperform OWB or Timberwolf.

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The network module works sort of, although there seems to be a problem with datagrams (I'm not too much into networking myself, so this is as specific as I can get). Also I cannot seem to get any signals from the sockets, so I have made a hack, where active sockets start a timer to drive input events (= bad).

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@alfkil

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I haven't been working on libQtWebKit for a while now, I ran into some problems that I was not able to solve immediately. In any case, I don't think that having QtWebKit is going to be of much help, I doubt that it will be able to outperform OWB or Timberwolf.


Well .. yep altrough still one of the most interesting QT project out there and it could be a also real program test for our current QT framework, right now we mostly tested demos and little apps

Maybe can you release an alpha version as is just for heavy tester freaks around

BTW: Thanks a lot for the mail, beta downloading in progress

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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Alfkil, maybe olaf could help out with the network module?
I am mostly interested in porting network related apps, that's why i so concerned about this part. Ofcourse, sound would be awesome too. Maybe you could let someone in on the sound part?

Salass00 should know a thing or two about sound me thinks.

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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alfkil wrote:
I haven't been working on libQtWebKit for a while now, I ran into some problems that I was not able to solve immediately. In any case, I don't think that having QtWebKit is going to be of much help, I doubt that it will be able to outperform OWB or Timberwolf.


I would definitely agree wrt performance. However, some programs depend on libQtWebKit so it would definitely be useful to have.

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Re: vacuum news for os4
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Chris, indeed. I bet quite a few apps use libqtwebkit.

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