[Mono-list] QT Bindings Location
Thu, 14 Mar 2002 08:01:24 -0800
You are in luck, yesterday I submitted the initial commit of the Qt bindings
to Richard Dale for inclusion into kde's cvs repository. Mono's cvs wouldn't
be such a good choice because the qt bindings are dependent upon the Qt C
bindings... These are located in kde's cvs so, that is the natural place for
qtc# to end up. However, kde's cvs is in a feature freeze state because of
the upcoming kde3 release, so I've started a savannah.gnu.org project.
Hopefully, the gnu people will approve the project shortly and I'll have the
bindings plus some documentation and pretty screenshots posted there ;-)
The bindings are complete in the sense that they compile and include around
400 Qt classes, but they still need a lot of work before they are feature
complete. Some of he remaining tasks are:
1. I am going to can QString in favor of c#'s built in 'string' format.
ditto for the QDate and QTime. Basically, follow the path of the java
2. Need to implement overload methods for those Qt classes with default
3. I haven't got the multiple inheritence problem solved yet.
4. I will have to address the problem of extending classes.
5. Flesh out the rest of the type mappings that i referred to in a prior
6. Once all of the above these tasks are done, then I'll concentrate on
generating bindings for kde. Hopefully, by the time kde3.1 comes out the
bindings will be finely polished.
If you are itching to play around I can send you a tarball of the latest,
plus a screenshot, but remember you'll need to compile the Qt C bindings from
kde and get a Mono framework up and running. Let me know if you want this.
On Thursday 14 March 2002 06:36 am, Jason Keirstead wrote:
> Hi all.
> Now that mono is all self-hosting and stuff (Yay!) I am starting to play
> around with the sources. Upon a search through my archives of this list, I
> found alot of references to the QT C# bindings, but no references ot where
> they ar elocated for checkout. I know that most likely they are nowhere
> near complete, but I'd like to play around nonetheless. Could someone point
> me in the right direction?
> Jason Keirstead
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