Nokia Qt Commercial v4.5.0.for Visual Studio 2008 serial key or number

Nokia Qt Commercial v4.5.0.for Visual Studio 2008 serial key or number

Nokia Qt Commercial v4.5.0.for Visual Studio 2008 serial key or number

Nokia Qt Commercial v4.5.0.for Visual Studio 2008 serial key or number

Qt (software)

Object-oriented framework for GUI creation
Original author(s)Haavard Nord and Eirik Chambe-Eng[1]
Developer(s)
Initial release20&#;May ; 25&#;years ago&#;()[1]
Stable release[2] (10&#;September ; 7&#;days ago&#;()) [±]
Repository
Written inC++
Operating systemAndroid, iOS, Linux (embedded, Wayland, X11), macOS, Microsoft Windows, WebAssembly, [3]
PlatformCross-platform
TypeWidget toolkit and Application framework
LicenseQt Commercial License[4]
GPL , [5]
LGPL [6]
Websitecipsas.com

Qt (pronounced "cute"[7][8][9]) is a free and open-sourcewidget toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces as well as cross-platformapplications that run on various software and hardware platforms such as Linux, Windows, macOS, Android or embedded systems with little or no change in the underlying codebase while still being a native application with native capabilities and speed.

Qt is currently being developed by The Qt Company, a publicly listed company, and the Qt Project under open-source governance, involving individual developers and organizations working to advance Qt.[10][11][12] Qt is available under both commercial licenses[4] and open-source[13]GPL , GPL , and LGPL licenses.[5][6]

Purposes and abilities[edit]

Qt is used for developing graphical user interfaces (GUIs) and multi-platform applications that run on all major desktop platforms and most mobile or embedded platforms. Most GUI programs created with Qt have a native-looking interface, in which case Qt is classified as a widget toolkit. Also non-GUI programs can be developed, such as command-line tools and consoles for servers. An example of such a non-GUI program using Qt is the Cutelyst web framework.[14]

Qt supports various compilers, including the GCC C++ compiler and the Visual Studio suite and has extensive internationalization support. Qt also provides Qt Quick, that includes a declarativescripting language called QML that allows using JavaScript to provide the logic. With Qt Quick, rapid application development for mobile devices became possible, while logic can still be written with native code as well to achieve the best possible performance.

Other features include SQL database access, XML parsing, JSON parsing, thread management and network support.

Qt releases[edit]

The latest version is Qt , which was released on 26 May [15]

The current LTS version is Qt LTS. It will be supported for 3 years.

Also Qt is LTS version[16] Actual Version is

The initial release of Qt software was on 20 May

Qt in use[edit]

In , the Qt Company estimated a community of about 1 million developers worldwide[17] in over 70 industries.[18]

Desktop UIs[edit]

KDE's mascot Konqi showing his Qt heart

Graphical user-interfaces and desktop environments that utilize Qt/QML as widget toolkit:

  • Editor, a commercial hex editor and text editor for Microsoft Windows, Linux and macOS.
  • KDE Plasma, a libredesktop environment for various computing devices[19]
  • DDE (Deepin Desktop Environment) of Linux Deepin[20][21]
  • UKUI (Ubuntu Kylin User Interface)[22]
  • LXQt (Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment)
  • Lumina, a desktop environment designed for BSD-based TrueOS[23]
  • Lomiri (formerly Unity8)[24], a convergent desktop environment started by Canonical, maintained by Ubports[25]
  • Unity 2D, a desktop shell written in Qt and Qml
  • Trinity DE, a continuously developed fork based on KDE3[26]
  • NX-Desktop, a desktop-shell based on Plasma[27]
  • Be-shell, a simple shell based on KDE Frameworks[28]
  • Liquidshell, a shell based on QtWidgets[29]
  • LiriOS, a workspace shell built with Qt/QML[30]
  • SDDM, a display manager that is X11 and Wayland compatible written in QML
  • theShell, a desktop shell written in Qt[31]

Embedded and mobile UIs[edit]

  • Actively developed or maintained
    • AsteroidOS, an open source operating system designed for smartwatches
    • Avionics, Panasonic's in-flight entertainment system[32][33]
    • Blackberry 10, a touchscreen-based mobile OS by Blackberry Ltd.
    • Sailfish OS, a mobile operating system developed by Jolla
    • GlacierUX, the successor of MeeGo/Maemo 6/Harmattan, based on Qt5 and Wayland[34]
    • Plasma Mobile, a touch-based GUI developed by KDE
    • LuneOS, community-driven successor for Palm/HP webOS
    • Nemo Mobile, based on Mer
    • Ubuntu Touch, a phone UI developed by Ubports, originally by Canonical
    • Tesla Model S in-car UI[35]
    • webOS, a multitask operating system from LG for smart devices like TVs and smartwatches
    • Sky Q, the home entertainment system of Sky plc[36]
  • Available, but inactive
    • MeeGo handset & tablet UX
    • OPIE, a GUI for the Sharp Zaurus
    • Qtopia, a system by Nokia for embedded and mobile devices
    • Ultrahaptics,[37] haptic interface developer for a wide range of applications

Applications using Qt[edit]

Many notable open-source or proprietary cross-platform software are using Qt or QML:

  • Ableton Push
  • Adobe Photoshop Album[38]
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements[39]
  • AMD's Radeon Software Crimson Edition driver tool application.[40]
  • Autodesk Maya[41]
  • Autodesk 3ds Max[42]
  • Bitcoin Core, a bitcoin client
  • Bitcoin ABC, a bitcoin cash client
  • CryEngine V editor[43]
  • DaVinci Resolve, a video editor
  • Dolphin (emulator), an emulator for the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo GameCube systems.
  • Dorico notation software
  • Dragonframe[44] stop motion animation software
  • EAGLE by CadSoft Computer / Autodesk, an EDA application with schematic capture, PCB layout, auto-router and CAM features
  • Electrum, a lightweight bitcoin client
  • FreeMat free open source numerical computing environment
  • Gambas free open source BASICintegrated development environment
  • Google Earth[45]
  • Igor Pro, a data analysis software
  • Krita graphics editing and digital painting software[46]
  • LMMS, a cross-platform music production software
  • Mathematica, a mathematical symbolic computation program, sometimes termed a computer algebra system or program, used in many scientific, engineering, mathematical, and computing fields.[47]
  • Moonlight Stream, an open-source implementation of Nvidia Shield[48]
  • Musescore, an open-source, multiplatform notation software
  • OBS, a libre cross-platform screencast software
  • Orange data mining suite[49]
  • qBittorrent cross-platform free and open-source BitTorrent client[50]
  • QGIS geographic information system[51]
  • QuiteRSS Feed Reader
  • Roblox Studio a game creation tool used on the Roblox platform.
  • Scribus desktop publishing software[52]
  • Sibelius music composition and notation software[53]
  • Source 2 engine tools[54] a 3D video game engine developed by Valve
  • Stellarium, a planetarium program
  • Subsurface, a software for logging and planning scuba dives initially designed and developed by Linus Torvalds[55]
  • Teamviewer, a computer software package for remote control, desktop sharing, online meetings, web conferencing and file transfer between computers[56]
  • Telegram, a messaging client available for Windows, Mac and Linux[57]
  • VirtualBox OS virtualization software[58]
  • VLC media player[59]
  • WPS Office[60]
  • XaoS, a real-time fractal zoomer
  • XnView MP[61]

Organizations using Qt[edit]

Qt is utilized by a wide range of companies and organizations such as

Qt software architecture[edit]

Example of Qt usage in Linux-based systems

Qt concepts[edit]

Qt is built on these key concepts:

Complete abstraction of the GUI
When first released, Qt used its own paint engine and controls, emulating the look of the different platforms it runs on when it drew its widgets. This made the porting work easier because very few classes in Qt really depended on the target platform; however, this occasionally led to slight discrepancies where that emulation was imperfect. Recent versions of Qt use the native style APIs of the different platforms, on platforms that have a native widget set, to query metrics and draw most controls, and do not suffer from such issues as often.[88] On some platforms (such as MeeGo and KDE) Qt is the native API. Some other portable graphical toolkits have made different design decisions; for example, wxWidgets uses the toolkits of the target platform for its implementations.
Signals and slots
A language construct introduced in Qt for communication between objects[89] which makes it easy to implement the observer pattern while avoiding boilerplate code. The concept is that GUI widgets can send signals containing event information which can be received by other controls using special functions known as slots.
Metaobject compiler
The metaobject compiler, termed moc, is a tool that is run on the sources of a Qt program. It interprets certain macros from the C++ code as annotations, and uses them to generate added C++ code with meta information about the classes used in the program. This meta information is used by Qt to provide programming features not available natively in C++: signals and slots, introspection and asynchronous function calls.
Language bindings
Qt can be used in several programming languages other than C++, such as Python, Javascript, C# and Rust[90] via language bindings; many languages have bindings for Qt 5 and bindings for Qt 4. The Ring programming language includes Qt in the standard library.[91][92]

Qt modules[edit]

Starting with Qt the framework was split into individual modules.[93][94] With Qt the architecture was modularized even further.[95][96] Qt is now split into essential and add-on modules.[97]

Qt essentials[edit]

Module Description
Qt CoreThe only required Qt module, containing classes used by other modules, including the meta-object system, concurrency and threading, containers, event system, plugins and I/O facilities.
Qt GUIThe central GUI module. In Qt 5 this module now depends on OpenGL, but no longer contains any widget classes.
Qt WidgetsContains classes for classic widget based GUI applications and the QSceneGraph classes. Was split off from QtGui in Qt 5.
Qt QMLModule for QML and JavaScript languages.
Qt QuickThe module for GUI application written using QML2.
Qt Quick ControlsWidget like controls for Qt Quick intended mainly for desktop applications.
Qt Quick LayoutsLayouts for arranging items in Qt Quick.
Qt NetworkNetwork abstraction layer. Complete with TCP, UDP, HTTP, SSL and since Qt SPDY support.
Qt MultimediaClasses for audio, video, radio and camera functionality.
Qt Multimedia WidgetsThe widgets from Qt Multimedia.
Qt SQLContains classes for database integration using SQL.
Qt WebEngineA new set of Qt Widget and QML webview APIs based on Chromium.
Qt TestClasses for unit testing Qt applications and libraries.

Qt add-ons[edit]

Module Description
Active QtClasses for applications which use ActiveX.
Qt BluetoothClasses accessing Bluetooth hardware.
Qt D-BusClasses for IPC using the D-Bus protocol.
Qt NFCClasses accessing NFC hardware. Only officially supported on BlackBerry hardware so far (or N9 in the MeeGo port).
Qt OpenGLLegacy module containing the OpenGL classes from Qt 4. In Qt 5 the similar functionality in Qt GUI is recommended.
Qt LocationClasses for accessing GPS and other location services and for mapping and navigation. Split off from the Qt 4 Mobility module of Qt Location. Supported on Android, BlackBerry, iOS, Linux (using GeoClue), Windows and Sailfish OS.
Qt ScriptLegacy module for scripting Qt application using ECMAScript/JavaScript. In Qt 5, using similar classes in Qt QML is recommended.
Qt SensorsClasses for accessing various mobile hardware sensors. Used to be part of Qt Mobile in Qt 4. Supported on Android, BlackBerry, iOS, WinRT, Mer and Linux.
Qt Serial PortClasses for access to hardware and virtual serial ports. Supported on Windows, Linux and macOS.
Qt WebChannelProvides access to Qt objects to HTML/Js over WebSockets.
Qt WebKitQt's WebKit implementation and API.
Qt WebKit WidgetsThe widget API for Qt WebKit
Qt WebSocketsProvides a WebSocket implementation.
Qt XMLLegacy module containing classes for SAX and DOM style XML APIs. Replaced with QXmlStreamReader and QXmlStreamWriter classes in Qt Core.
Qt XML PatternsSupport for XPath, XQuery, XSLT and XML Schema validation.

Editions[edit]

There are four editions of Qt available: Community, Indie Mobile, Professional and Enterprise.[98] The Community version is under the open source licenses, while the Indie Mobile, Professional and Enterprise versions, which contain additional functionality and libraries, e.g. Enterprise Controls[98] are commercially sold by The Qt Company.

Supported platforms[edit]

Qt works on many different platforms; the following are officially supported:

PlatformDescription
Linux/Unix
X11 Qt for X Window System (Linux);[99]FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, and DragonFly BSD have community support.
WaylandQt for Wayland (e.g. SailfishOS uses that, as it doesn't have X11).[] Qt applications can switch between graphical backends like X and Wayland at load time with the -platform command line option.[][] This allows a seamless transition of Qt applications from X11 to Wayland.
AndroidQt for Android[] (formerly known as Necessitas).[]
Embedded LinuxQt for embedded platforms: personal digital assistant, smartphone, etc.[] Exists as multiple platforms depending on display technology. DirectFB, LinuxFB and EGLFS (EGL Full Screen).
Microsoft platforms
WindowsQt for Microsoft Windows 7,[]8 and 10[]
Windows RTSupport for WinRT-based Windows 10 Mobile apps and Windows 10 IoT[]
Apple platforms
macOSQt for Apple macOS; supports applications on Cocoa[]
iOSQt for iOS platforms (iPhone, iPad)[]
Other embedded platforms
IntegrityQt for Integrity[]
QNXQt for QNX[][]
VxWorksQt for VxWorks.[][] Only available under a proprietary (commercial) license. Qt

After Nokia opened the Qt source code to the community on Gitorious various ports appeared. There are also some ports of Qt that may be available, but are not supported anymore. These platforms are listed in List of platforms supported by Qt. See also there for current community support for other lesser known platforms, such as SailfishOS.

Licensing[edit]

Qt is available under the following free software licenses:[13]GPL , GPL , LGPL and LGPL (with Qt special exception).[5][] Note that some modules are available only under a GPL license, which means that applications which statically link to these modules need to comply with that license.[][]

In addition, Qt has always been available under a commercial license, like the Qt Commercial License,[4] that allows developing proprietary applications with no restrictions on licensing.

Qt tools[edit]

Qt comes with its own set of tools to ease cross-platform development, which can otherwise be cumbersome due to different set of development tools.

Qt Creator is a cross-platform IDE for C++ and QML. Qt Designer's GUI layout/design functionality is integrated into the IDE, although Qt Designer can still be started as a standalone tool.

In addition to Qt Creator, Qt provides qmake, a cross-platform build script generation tool that automates the generation of Makefiles for development projects across different platforms. There are other tools available in Qt, including the Qt Designer interface builder and the Qt Assistant help browser (which are both embedded in Qt Creator), the Qt Linguist translation tool, uic (user interface compiler), and moc (Meta-Object Compiler).

History of Qt[edit]

Early developments[edit]

In the summer of , Haavard Nord and Eirik Chambe-Eng (the original developers of Qt and the CEO and President, respectively, of Trolltech) were working together on a database application for ultrasound images written in C++ and running on Mac OS, Unix, and Microsoft Windows.[1][] They began development of "Qt" in , three years before the company was incorporated as Quasar Technologies, then changed the name to Troll Tech and then to Trolltech.[1]

The toolkit was called Qt because the letter Q looked appealing in Haavard's Emacs typeface, and "t" was inspired by Xt, the X toolkit.[1]

The first two versions of Qt had only two flavors: Qt/X11 for Unix and Qt/Windows for Windows.

On 20 May Troll Tech publicly released Qt for X11/Linux with the source code under the Qt Free Edition License.[][][] This license was viewed as not compliant with the free software definition by Free Software Foundation because, while the source was available, it did not allow the redistribution of modified versions. Trolltech used this license until version Controversy erupted around when it became clear that the K Desktop Environment was going to become one of the leading desktop environments for Linux. As it was based on Qt, many people in the free software movement worried that an essential piece of one of their major operating systems would be proprietary.

The Windows platform was available only under a proprietary license, which meant free/open source applications written in Qt for X11 could not be ported to Windows without purchasing the proprietary edition.

Becoming free software–friendly[edit]

With the release of version of the toolkit, the license was changed to the Q Public License (QPL), a free software license, but one regarded by the Free Software Foundation as incompatible with the GPL. Compromises were sought between KDE and Trolltech whereby Qt would not be able to fall under a more restrictive license than the QPL, even if Trolltech was bought out or went bankrupt. This led to the creation of the KDE Free Qt foundation,[] which guarantees that Qt would fall under a BSD-style license should no free/open source version of Qt be released during 12 months.[][]

In , Qt/X11 was released under the GPL v2,[] ending all controversy regarding GPL compatibility.

At the end of , Trolltech released Qt , which added support for Mac OS X (now known as macOS). The Mac OS X support was available only in the proprietary license until June , when Trolltech released Qt with Mac OS X support available under the GPL.

In , members of the KDE on Cygwin project began porting the GPL licensed Qt/X11 code base to Windows.[] This was in response to Trolltech's refusal to license Qt/Windows under the GPL on the grounds that Windows was not a free/open source software platform.[][] The project achieved reasonable success although it never reached production quality.

This was resolved when Trolltech released Qt also for Windows under the GPL in June [] Qt&#;4 supported the same set of platforms in the free software/open source editions as in the proprietary edition, so it is possible, with Qt and later releases, to create GPL-licensed free/open source applications using Qt on all supported platforms. The GPL v3 with special exception[] was later added as an added licensing option. The GPL exception allows the final application to be licensed under various GPL-incompatible free software/open source licenses such as the Mozilla Public License

Acquisition by Nokia[edit]

Nokia acquired Trolltech ASA on 17 June and changed the name first to Qt Software, then to Qt Development Frameworks.

Nokia focused on turning Qt into the main development platform for its devices, including a port to the SymbianS60 platform. Version of the Nokia Qt SDK was released on 23 June [] The source code was made available over Gitorious, a community oriented git source code repository, with a goal of creating a broader community using and improving Qt.

On 14 January , Qt version added another option, the LGPL,[] to make Qt more attractive for both non-GPL open source projects and closed applications.[]

In February , Nokia announced its decision to drop Symbian technologies and base their future smartphones on the Windows Phone platform instead (and since then support for that platform has also been dropped).[] One month later, Nokia announced the sale of Qt's commercial licensing and professional services to Digia, with the immediate goal of taking Qt support to Android, iOS and Windows 8 platforms, and to continue focusing on desktop and embedded development, although Nokia was to remain the main development force behind the framework at that time.

Merging and demerging with Digia[edit]

In March , Nokia sold the commercial licensing part of Qt to Digia creating Qt Commercial.[] In August , Digia announced that it would acquire Qt from Nokia.[] The Qt team at Digia started their work in September [] They released Qt within a month and newer versions every 6 months with new features and additional supported platforms.

In September , Digia transferred the Qt business and copyrights to their wholly owned subsidiary, The Qt Company, which owns 25 brands[] related to Qt. In May , Digia and Qt demerged completely into two independent companies.[]

The Qt Project and open governance[edit]

Qt 5 was officially released on 19 December This new version marked a major change in the platform, with hardware-accelerated graphics, QML and JavaScript playing a major role. The traditional C++-only QWidgets continued to be supported, but did not benefit from the performance improvements available through the new architecture.[] Qt 5 brings significant improvements to the speed and ease of developing user interfaces.[]

Framework development of Qt 5 moved to open governance at cipsas.com, which made it possible for developers outside Digia to submit patches for review.[]

Qt contributors[edit]

Distribution of non-Digia Qt contributors (, Week 18)

Aside from The Qt Company, many organizations and individuals using Qt as their development platform participate in the open development of Qt via the Qt Project.[]

One such Qt contributor is Klarälvdalens Datakonsult AB, a Swedish Qt consulting company.[] KDAB is involved in many areas, including maintenance of several components.[][]

Together with RIM/BlackBerry, KDAB is maintaining the QNX and BlackBerry 10 ports of Qt.[][]

Another participator is Intel, contributing for example Wayland support.[]AudioCodes maintains IBM ClearCase support in Qt Creator.[]

As a heavy user of Qt, the KDE project submits many patches and features from its developer library KDE Frameworks back to Qt.[]

See also[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

Qt Wiki provides a comprehensive list of English books about Qt.[] This is a list of notable books:

  • Bocklage-Ryannel, Juergen; Thelin, Johan (12 May ). "Qt 5 Cadaques" (1st ed.).
  • Blanchette, Jasmin; Summerfield, Mark (14 February ). C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4 (2nd ed.). Prentice Hall. ISBN&#;.
  • Summerfield, Mark (23 August ). Advanced Qt Programming: Creating Great Software with C++ and Qt 4 (1st ed.). Addison-Wesley. ISBN&#;.
  • Fitzek, Frank H. P.; Mikkonen, Tommi; Torp, Tony (17 May ). Qt for Symbian (1st ed.). Wiley. ISBN&#;. Archived from the original on 19 December
  • Summerfield, Mark (28 October ). Rapid GUI Programming with Python and Qt (1st ed.). Prentice Hall. ISBN&#;.
  • Molkentin, Daniel (19 July ). The Book of Qt 4: The Art of Building Qt Applications (1st ed.). No Starch Press. ISBN&#;.
  • Thelin, Johan (3 August ). Foundations of Qt Development (1st ed.). Apress. ISBN&#;. Archived from the original on 20 January Retrieved 18 June
  • Dalheimer, Matthias (January ). Programming with Qt (2nd ed.). O'Reilly Media. ISBN&#;.
  • Ezust, Alan; Ezust, Paul (10 September ). An Introduction to Design Patterns in C++ with Qt 4 (2nd ed.). Prentice Hall. ISBN&#;.

References[edit]

Источник: [cipsas.com]
, Nokia Qt Commercial v4.5.0.for Visual Studio 2008 serial key or number

Portions of this timeline were obtained from Wikipedia, Safari Books, and press releases. All of the dates and information about CopperSpice were noted during development.

Major Milestones

June

  • TrollTech releases Qt
  • Qt only provides support for X11 and Windows.
  • For Qt/X11, TrollTech releases under the QPL Open Source license, for Open Source applications
  • Qt running on Windows is only available under a proprietary license
  • The Qt Professional Edition is available for development of proprietary/commercial software on both X11 and Windows

August

  • TrollTech releases Qt Embedded Linux under the GPL license

September

  • TrollTech releases Qt X11 under the GPL license, for open source development

October

  • TrollTech releases Qt with support for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X
  • Qt Windows and Qt Mac OS X are available only under a proprietary license for commercial development

June

  • TrollTech releases Qt , Mac OS X support is changed to GPL for open source development

June

  • TrollTech releases Qt and changes Qt for Windows to GPL
  • Qt 4 is offered under TrollTech's dual-licensing business model for all supported platforms
  • Dual-licensed software is sold under a commercial license for proprietary/commercial development and is under GPL for open source development projects

November

  • Nokia ships the first Maemo tablet, using GTK

January 17,

  • Qt is licensed under the GPL v3 in addition to the GPL v2

May

  • Harmattan (a codename for Maemo 6) is announced at a conference, it is a port of Maemo to Qt

June 17,

January 14,

  • Nokia announces Qt will be released under LGPL, starting with Qt

March 3,

  • Nokia announces all versions of Qt will be available under the LGPL v license
  • Qt is now licensed under LGPL, GPL, and commercial
  • Nokia introduces Qt Creator, a new lightweight cross-platform IDE
  • Qt Creator will be available under the terms of the LGPL v license

July

  • Nokia gives details of Harmattan (Maemo 6), which is a fork of Maemo using Qt instead of GTK

August 12,

  • In a Microsoft press release, Nokia and Microsoft announce a partnership. Their goal is to bring Microsoft Office Mobile and related software to Nokia smartphones

February

  • Intel's Moblin and Nokia's Maemo merged
  • Maemo is ported from GTK to Qt, and the name is changed to Meego

May

  • Qt Developer Network goes live

September

  • Mr. Elop leaves Microsoft
  • Mr. Elop is hired at Nokia as CEO

Fourth Quarter

  • Symbian is selling very well, Nokia profits are rising

January

February 6,

  • Mr. Elop releases the now famous "Burning Platform" memo disparaging the future of Qt

February 11,

  • Nokia announces they will be adopting Windows Phone 7 for smartphones
  • Forced migration from Symbian to the Windows Phone platform is announced
  • Nokia stocks drop 14% after this announcement
  • Press releases later announces Qt will not be supported on WP7
  • Silverlight and XNA frameworks are the only options for WP7 developers

March

  • Digia acquires Qt licensing from Nokia. Digia is the exclusive license provider for Qt

March 28,

  • Nokia publishes and open letter to the Symbian development community

"now feel confident we will have a strong Symbian portfolio of new products during our transition in and "

  • Promises the Symbian platform has not been abandoned
  • Did not say precisely how long Symbian will be supported
  • Establishes that Windows Phone is the true migration path for Symbian developers
  • Implies there will be no more Symbian handsets after

March 11,

  • Nokia announces they paying Mr. Elop a $6M signing bonus

June

  • Nokia outsources Symbian to Accenture
  • Accenture will provide Symbian development and support to Nokia through
  • Nokia announces its first MeeGo/Harmattan smartphone device

September

  • Nokia ships the Nokia N9, MeeGo smartphone device
  • Intel announces that in collaboration with Samsung, Meego will be replaced with Tizen during
  • MeeGo project was canceled

October

  • cipsas.com web site goes live, development of Qt will be governed as an open source project
  • Mer project announced, based upon the work from the MeeGo project. They plan to share efforts with the Tizen project
  • The Register (on line newspaper) reports that Nokia is developing Meltemi, a low end operating system, based on Linux
  • Nokia never made an official announcement about Meltemi

November

  • Intel and Nokia were working on Wayland, then they parted ways
  • Intel hired most of the Helsinki Engineers
  • Wayland is no longer part of Meego / Tizen. Tizen is a proprietary SDK

April 3,

  • Nokia releases Qt Alpha

May 21,

  • CopperSpice officially forked from Qt
  • Work begins on developing files to support building without using QMake

June 12,

  • Nokia sells Vertu luxury phone unit to EQT Partners. Vertu is known for selling jewel encrusted phones which sell for thousands of dollars

June 14,

  • Meltemi project is canceled and Nokia announces that around 10, employees will be let go from the company
  • Nokia shares drop significantly

June 20,

  • Microsoft announces that Windows Phone 7 phones can not be upgraded to WP 8

"Microsoft has confirmed that current Windows Phone handsets won't get an upgrade to Windows Phone 8, but they will get a halfway measure: a branching upgrade called Windows Phone "

July 5,

  • Head manager and the entire MeeGo team leave Nokia
  • The team formed a start up company called Jolla where there plan is to develop new MeeGo devices by the end of

July 16,

  • CopperSpice successfully built on Debian
  • CopperSpice successfully built on Windows XP bit
  • CopperSpice libraries were built using Autotools, GNU Make, and GCC

August 1,

  • Nokia employees in Brisbane Australia announce their office will be closed by the end of the month
  • Australia office was working on various sections of Qt 5, mostly related to QtDeclarative and Qml
  • Qt 5 Beta is expected to ship by the end of the month when the Australian is office is closed
  • Rumors emerge that Nokia will sell or relinquish the Qt assets

August 9,

  • Digia announces they have agreed to acquire Qt from Nokia for a very low price
  • Around Nokia developers asked to join Digia and not all of them accepted

August

  • CopperSpice successfully built on Mac OS X
  • CopperSpice successfully built on Windows Vista 64 for bit Windows platforms
  • CopperSpice successfully built on a VM running Fedora 17
  • GStreamer plugin for Debian and Fedora successfully compiled, Phonon works on both X11 platforms
  • KitchenSink demo application project started
  • Demonstrates examples showcasing the fundamental features of CopperSpice

September

  • QJson class added to CopperSpice which required changes to internal string implementations
  • Changed license macros to "open source"
  • Remove S60 source code
  • Initial development of the Diamond Editor using Qt

September 18,

  • Digia officially takes over management of the entire Qt project

October

  • CopperSpice - compiled rudimentary portion of Corelib using Autotools without moc
  • CopperSpice - implemented QtMetaObject::className() without moc
  • CopperSpice - created enhanced and simplified registration syntax for Signals and Slots

November

  • Migrate Diamond Editor to compile using Autotools instead of QMake
  • Diamond Editor ported to the CopperSpice libraries
  • CopperSpice - implemented Signal and Slot registration without moc
  • CopperSpice - Signal / Slot parameters can be of any data type
  • CopperSpice - Signal / Slot parameters can have a default value
  • CopperSpice - implemented QMetaObject::superClass() without moc
  • CopperSpice - template classes can now inherit from QObject

December 19,

  • Qt released by Digia

December

  • Added new samples to the KitchenSink project to demonstrate graphics functionality
  • CopperSpice - implemented enum registration without requiring moc
  • CopperSpice - implemented properties without moc
  • CopperSpice - enhanced properties to allow usage of complex data types

January

  • PepperMill project commences
  • Implemented to parse header files and migrate from Qt syntax to CopperSpice syntax
  • CopperSpice Overview documentation generated
  • Explains changes in property system and macros
  • Documented debug procedures using QtCreator on Windows
  • Obsolete platform and operating system defines removed from CopperSpice
  • All Qt3 source code removed from CopperSpice
  • CopperSpice supports MetaClassInfo without moc

February

  • Updated Mac system to Apple clang for OS X
  • Modified CopperSpice makefiles on OS X to use libc++
  • Resolved several warnings from clang on OS X
  • Incorporated and changes into CopperSpice

March

  • PepperMill converts a majority of the Qt macros to CopperSpice macros
  • Added changes from Qt 5 related to QJson classes
  • Resolved an existing Qt bug in QTextEngine
  • Resolved existing native dialog OS X printing issues
  • Added several Qt 5 classes to QVariant and QMetaType
  • Set up CopperSpice CI server with multiple virtual machines

April

  • CopperSpice supports MetaEnums without moc
  • Added QStandardPaths to CopperSpice
  • Enhanced QFileDialog for Windows 7 and Windows 8
  • CopperSpice generates signal methods without moc

May

  • CopperSpice Signals support connections to Lambda functions
  • Signal and Slot connections are checked at compile time when passed as a method pointer
  • CopperSpice API documentation created using Doxygen

June

  • PepperMill can convert almost all Qt macros to CopperSpice macro syntax
  • QMetaClassInfo, QMetaEnum, QMetaMethod, and QMetaProperty have been fully implemented in CopperSpice
  • CopperSpice fully supports Signals and Slots without moc or any preprocessor

July

  • Incorporated changes (through 05/03/) into CopperSpice
  • CopperSpice auto builds plugins for PostgreSQL and MySQL when DBMS installed

August

  • CopperSpice team on a road trip adventure in Oregon

September 2,

September 23,

  • Blackberry confirms 40% layoff
  • Investment company buys Blackberry to take the company private

September

  • PepperMill conversion utility completed
  • Incorporated hundreds of Qt and Qt changes into CopperSpice
  • Added QCommandLineParser, QFileDevice, QFileDialog, and QSaveFile classes

October

  • CopperSpice team on vacation in Washington DC and New Orleans

November

  • Incorporated changes (through 11/22/) into CopperSpice
  • Incorporated hundreds of Qt 5 changes into CopperSpice
  • Added Qt 5 QTemporaryDir
  • Added Qt 5 QTemporaryFile
  • Added Qt 5 QArrayData class
  • Modified QString, QByteArray, and QVector to use the new Qt 5 QArrayData class

December

  • Incorporated changes (through 12/17/) into CopperSpice
  • Code modified to remove warnings on X11, Windows, and OS X for all non-3rd party source
  • Modified QPointer to use QWeakPointer, similar to changes made in Qt 5
  • PepperMill run on CsCore current header files to produce pure C++ code
  • PepperMill run on CsGui current header files to produce pure C++ code
  • MOC (Meta-Object Compiler) is obsolete when compiling with CsCore and CsGui

January

  • PepperMill is run on the remaining header files to produce pure C++ code
  • MOC (Meta-Object Compiler) is obsolete when compiling with CsNetwork, CsSql, CsXml, CsXmlPatterns

February

  • Signal / Slot connections modified to include the full signature
  • MOC (Meta-Object Compiler) is obsolete when compiling with CsOpenGL, CsMultimedia, CsScript, CsSvg

March

  • MOC (Meta-Object Compiler) is obsolete when compiling with CsWebKit
  • Updated private header file defines to use the correct file name
  • KitchenSink test application modified to include additional unit tests
  • KitchenSink compiled with CopperSpice libraries, MOC is not used
  • Diamond Editor compiled with CopperSpice libraries, MOC is not used

April

  • Incorporated changes (through 04/23/) into CopperSpice
  • Source files updated with the appropriate license and copyright information
  • CopperSpice version set to
  • MOC (Meta-Object Compiler) is obsolete when compiling with CsPhonon
  • CopperSpice tested on Windows 7 using GCC
  • CI server updated to newer versions of Debian (Wheezy), Fedora 20, and Ubuntu

May

  • Incorporated x changes (through 05/07/) into CopperSpice
  • CopperSpice packaging
  • PepperMill packaging
  • KitchenSink and Diamond packaging

May 21,

  • CopperSpice source code released
  • PepperMill source code released
  • KitchenSink source code released
  • Diamond Editor source code released
  • CopperSpice binaries for X11, Windows released
  • PepperMill binaries for X11, Windows, and OS X released
  • KitchenSink binaries for X11, Windows, and OS X released
  • Diamond Editor binaries for X11, Windows, and OS X released

June

  • Update CS build system, platform specifics, and type traits
  • CopperSpice source code reformatted with AStyle and header files cleaned up

July

  • Incorporated x changes (through 07/10/) into CopperSpice x
  • Update various font libraries, update SQLite into CopperSpice x
  • Several existing Qt issues resolved
  • CopperSpice web site fully operational
  • CopperSpice released
  • Diamond Editor released

Aug - Sept

October

  • Incorporated x changes (through 10/01/) into CopperSpice x
  • Renamed source code folder for CsCore library from src/corelib to src/core
  • Consolidate mkspec headers, created src/core/global/qplatformdefs.h src/core/global/qplatformposix.h
  • Refactored qglobal.h

November

  • Update CopperSpice to use GStreamer
  • Update various font libraries
  • Used QDoc on Qt source code to generate html output for CopperSpice API documentation
  • Merged several Qt 5.x html pages with Qt 4.x html output
  • Developed a parser to convert html documentation to the Doxygen format

December

  • Incorporated x changes (through 12/01/) into CopperSpice x
  • Discovered Doxygen program was not sufficient for accurate C++11 API documentation
  • DoxyPress was derived from Doxygen
  • Renamed Doxygen to DoxyPress
  • Renamed DoxyWizard to DoxyPressApp
  • New build files were created
  • Removed usage of Qt
  • Migrated DoxyPress and DoxyPressApp to link with the CopperSpice libraries

January

  • Major development work on DoxyPress
  • Changed DoxyPress to use a JSON project file

February

  • Modify and rewrite the API documentation for CopperSpice
  • Continued development on DoxyPress
  • Created documentation for DoxyPress project

March

  • Incorporated x changes (through 03/31/) into CopperSpice x
  • Used clang tools to optimize CopperSpice

April

  • Update 3rd party libPng to version
  • Update 3rd party libTiff to version
  • Enhanced QMap with an optional third template parameter to specify a user defined comparison
  • Modify QFileSystemModel to use the new QMap template parameter for case insensitive comparisons on Windows

May

  • Incorporated x changes (through 04/28/) into CopperSpice x
  • Extensive work on the CS API documentation and DoxyPress

June

  • Substantial work on DoxyPress
  • Reconfigured CI setup and VM's
  • Minor changes for OS X

July

  • Incorporated x changes (through 06/09/) into CopperSpice x
  • Back port QEnableSharedFromThis and QMakeSharedPointer
  • Enhanced QJson by adding new methods
  • Enhanced portability of WebKit
  • CopperSpice released

August

  • Redesign of the macro registration system enhancing QMetaObject to be C++11 compliant
  • On Linux distributions the size of the .so files are roughly 50% smaller than CS files
  • On Windows the .dll files are % smaller than CS files
  • Redesign atomic classes to use the C++11 native atomic classes
  • Back port and redesign qHash() to use the new atomic classes
  • CMake files for building CopperSpice are being developed by a contributor
  • CI server updated to newer versions of Debian (Jessie) and Fedora 22
  • Initial CopperSpice API documentation released, built using DoxyPress
  • CopperSpice released

September

  • Attended CppCon in Seattle, Washington
  • Presented a session discussing the CopperSpice libraries
  • Presented a session to introduce our DoxyPress application
  • Presented a lightning talk about our Compile Time Counter

November

  • Enhance CI computer hardware
  • Reconfigure VM's and CI software
  • Extensive development on the DoxyPress application

December

  • Added Fedora 23 to CI server
  • Added FreeBSD to CI system
  • Finish merging CMake build system files
  • Update copyright

January

  • Uploaded source to Github
  • Build system modified, CopperSpice libraries can be built with CMake
  • Added Windows 10 to CI server
  • Update Mac OS X CI to version
  • Merge several pull requests from other developers
  • Begin development of the CsSignal library
  • Library designed to provide improved cross threaded signal delivery

February

  • Move minimum GCC version to
  • Start alpha testing for new Signal library
  • Merge several pull requests from other developers

March

  • Merge several pull requests from other developers
  • Clean up GCC warnings
  • Development of libGuarded began
  • Library designed to manage access to shared data in multithreaded programs
  • Integrate new CsSignal library into CopperSpice
  • Link CsSignal with the libGuarded library

April

  • CsSignal library released
  • Refactor QObject to use CsSignal
  • CopperSpice released
  • CsSignal released
  • LibGuarded released

May

  • CppNow presentation on CopperSpice and our new CsSignal library
  • CppNow presentation on DoxyPress demonstrating how clang can be used to parse C++
  • CppNow presentation on libGuarded
  • Upgrade to use CMake to build CopperSpice
  • Merge pull requests from other developers

June

  • Enhance AutoTools build to include the CMake files in the tar and zip source distribution
  • Change both build systems to properly display library version
  • Work on documentation for developer contributions

July

  • CopperSpice team on temporary leave as Barbara recovers from a Total Knee Replacement
    Thank you to the community for their wonderful support and encouragement during this time
  • Merge changes for DragonFly BSD

August

  • Update CS overview documentation
  • Merge pull request for audio on Linux
  • Modify build files on Linux to make new audio libraries optional
  • Add Fedora 24 to CI server
  • Add Ubuntu to CI server

September

  • Remove "-0" from Cs library file names
  • Resolved Fedora and OS X build issues

November

  • Initiated new design of the container classes

December

  • Enhance QSharedPointer
  • Internal changes for QMap to improve readability
  • Continued design of the container classes
  • CopperSpice tested on Windows 10 using GCC
  • Update copyright
  • Add 'override' to inherited methods
    • Added for Linux and Windows
    • OS X overrides not validated
    • Libraries modified: Core, Gui, Multimedia, Network, OpenGL, SQL, SVG, XML, XMLPatterns
    • Libraries modified: Phonon, phonon_dS9, phonon_gstreamer
  • Modified foreach macro to expand to a range based "for"
  • Change "foreach" to a C++11 range based "for"
    • Libraries modified: Core, Multimedia, Network, OpenGL, SQL, SVG, XML, XMLPatterns
    • Libraries modified: Phonon, phonon_dS9, phonon_gstreamer, phonon_qt7

January

  • Reimplement the following containers to leverage the C++ standard library containers, iterators, and algorithms
    • QVector, QList, QLinkedList, QSet
    • QPair, QQueue, QStack, QStringList
  • Add methods to support move semantics for constructors, append, insert, etc
  • Add reverse iterators
  • Expand the API
    • Add methods to support the STL API (Example: empty(), push_back(), etc)
    • Maintain the full existing CopperSpice API (Example: isEmpty(), append(), etc)
  • Rewrite documentation to reflect changes in the sequential containers
  • Remove several obsolete defines in Core and Gui
  • Change foreach() to a C++11 range based for() in CsGui
  • Clean up source code and docs to improve the API documentation
  • Changed name of qsqlpsql plugin to match CopperSpice version notation
  • Cherry pick pull request #51 to correct FreeType build issues with CMake
  • New development begins on the CsString library
  • Update CopperSpice copyright
  • CopperSpice released

February

  • Update CopperSpice API documentation
    • Document changes to the new sequential container classes
    • Add information about 'range based for' usage as related to containers
    • Add a new tutorial to define how reference data types are used with containers
  • Adding new classes to libGuarded for deadlock free containers
  • Added classes to support thread safe concurrent access to containers
  • Add Fedora 25 to CI server

March

  • CsSignal library uses libGuarded to handle the connection lists and avoid race conditions
  • Refactor QTabBar to remove raw pointers, QList of tabs now stores shared pointers
  • Continue development on the CsString library
  • Unicode aware library supporting UTF-8 and UTF natively
  • CsString uses policy classes so any encoding can be supported

April

  • Continued development on CsString library, added test suite
  • Preliminary DoxyPress documentation for CsString library
  • Initial development on the new QString8 class which uses the CsString library to support UTF-8

May

  • CppNow presentation on CsString, a Unicode aware string library
  • CppNow presentation on libGuarded, new RCU container classes
  • CopperSpice release
  • CsSignal release
  • CsString release
  • libGuarded release

June

  • Reimplement the following containers to leverage the C++ standard library containers, iterators, and algorithms
    • QMap, QMultiMap, QHash, QMultiHash
  • Add methods to support move semantics for constructors, append, and insert, etc
  • Add reverse iterators to QMap and QMultiMap
  • Add hash and equality template parameters for QHash and QMultiHash
  • Implement QMultiHash and QMultiMap as separate classes from QHash and QMap
  • Minor change to QMultiHash implemented in favor of the STL semantics
  • QMultiHash class does not guarantee the order of elements with the same key, if this behavior is required simply use QMultiMap
  • Expand the API
    • Add methods to support the STL API
    • Maintain the majority of the CopperSpice API
  • Update CopperSpice API documentation
    • Document changes to the new associative container classes
    • For QMultiHash and QMultiMap document the full classes
  • Enhance CMake build system for packaging support with CPack

July

  • Enhance API documentation
  • CopperSpice release
  • Recorded CppCast interview
  • Started CopperSpice YouTube channel
  • Accepted as speakers for CppCon presenting CsString, a Unicode aware string library
  • Accepted as speakers for CppCon presenting libGuarded, new RCU container classes

August

  • Update from Unicode 5 to Unicode 8
  • Add additional methods to QString8 and QChar32
  • Update CsNetwork library adding full support for OpenSSL version x
  • Add Fedora 26 to CI server
  • Upgrade FreeBSD to on CI server
  • Update minimum required clang version to for building CopperSpice
  • Update minimum required GCC version to for building CopperSpice
  • Migrate to C++14 on all platforms

September

  • Add two networking examples to KitchenSink
  • Added normalization methods to QString8
  • Add iterator based overloaded methods to QString8
  • Build files updated for CMake, CsMultimedia, CsOpenGL, CsPhonon, CsWebkit can each be disabled and will not be built
  • Build files updated for CMake, OpenSSL can be disabled so it will not be included when building CsNetwork
  • Build files updated for Autotools, CsMultimedia, CsPhonon, CsWebkit can each be disabled and will not be built
  • Build files updated for Autotools, OpenSSL can be disabled so it will not be included when building CsNetwork
  • CopperSpice release
  • CopperSpice release
  • KitchenSink release
  • Presented talks on CsString and libGuarded at CppCon in Bellevue, Washington

October

  • Begin design on a new container class named QFlatMap
  • Make QPair an alias for std:pair
  • Update OS running CI Server, update CI software tooling
  • Test configuration for building CopperSpice on ArchLinux

November

  • Uploaded our tenth video to the CopperSpice YouTube channel
  • Presented a talk on C++ fundamentals for ACCU / C++ meeting
  • Add QFlatMap, an ordered map which stores elements in contiguous memory as a sorted vector of pairs
  • Remove the majority of the algorithms in CsCore, CopperSpice updated to use the STL algorithms when possible
  • Move Q_ASSERT and related functions to a new header file
  • Move qDebug, qWarning, qCritical, and qFatal functions to a new header file
  • Clean up qglobal file, add missing public headers
  • Remove obsolete methods, merge several redundant overloaded methods
  • QChar32 class added
  • Move additional string methods to QString8 and optimize
  • Add overloaded methods in QString8 for rvalues, for example operator+()

December

  • Add Debian 9 (Stretch) to CI server
  • Update Overview and API documentation
  • Add CMake build files for the KitchenSink sample program
  • QString toInt(), toLong(), toLongLong(), and toShort() methods consolidated into toInteger()
  • QString arg() methods were renamed and split into formatArg() and formatArgs(), depending on the passed arguments
  • Add QStringParser class
  • Move string methods for split(), arg(), and number() to QStringParser
  • Move string methods for toInteger(), toDouble, and toFloat() to QStringParser
  • Move QStringList::join() method to QStringParser
  • Redesign variations of arg() and number() methods in QStringParser as templates for efficiency
  • Redesign number() and toInteger() to use iostream
  • Add wrappers in QString8 to call all of the static methods in QStringParser
  • Add QStringView class, templated class where the template parameter must be a string data type
  • Add overloaded methods in QString8 which take a QStringView8

January

  • Update copyright
  • Update API documentation adding new classes and methods
  • Upgrade Mac OS X to on CI server
  • Modify QFlags class to accept a strongly typed enum class
  • Add methods to support sections in QString8
  • Refactor and modernize third party regex library
  • Add new QRegularExpression class, templated class where the template parameter must be a string data type
  • Add new QRegularExpressionMatch class, templated class where the template parameter must be a string data type
  • QRegExp is not used in QString8 or QString16 and is deprecated
  • QString becomes a typedef for QString8, UTF-8 is the default encoding
  • QString16 class supports UTF encoding
  • Presented a talk on Multithreading and libGuarded for ACCU / C++ meeting
  • CopperSpice release

February

  • Add remaining functionality to QRegularExpression
  • Add overloaded methods in QString8 which take a QRegularExpression as a parameter
  • Refactor regex code
  • Remove QByteArrayMatcher
  • Remove obsolete code for datastream operator methods before version 4
  • Remove obsolete softkey support
  • Replace qvsnprintf with std functions
  • Add support for SHA-2, Keccak, and SHA-3
  • Update QUrl classes to support IDN
  • Improve URL encoding
  • Enhance CsNetwork to support newer versions of TLS, add support for SPDY
  • Add SecureTransport support for Mac OS X, prefer over OpenSSL

March

  • Update API documentation for CsCore classes and methods
  • Add full documentation for new QString and QRegularExpression
  • Add migration examples for QString and QRegExp to QRegularExpression
  • Remove QChar, QString (old UTF class), QLatin1Char, QLatin1String, and QStringLiteral
  • Remove QCharRef, QStringRef, and QRegExp
  • QChar32 replaces QChar
  • QString8 replace QString
  • QStringView replaces QStringRef
  • QRegularExpression and QRegularExpressionMatch classes replace QRegExp
  • QChar typedef added for QChar32
  • QString typedef added for QString8
  • QString16 added to support UTF strings
  • QLocale classes heavily refactored to use UTF-8 string classes
  • Update codec classes to use UTF-8 string classes
  • Full rewrite of all QJson classes optimizing for UTF-8 storage
  • Removed duplicated string classes embedded in the JSON implementation
  • Changed storage of internal JSON data to better match the API
  • Improved Unicode string handling in JSON classes
  • Update Sqlite to version

April

  • Build all CopperSpice libraries with the new string classes, string parser class, and regular expression class
  • Remove string surrogate checking since it is not required with UTF-8 / UTF encoding
  • Correct multiple cases of legacy undefined behavior found while integrating UTF-8 string classes
  • CopperSpice libraries build successfully on Windows
  • Update KitchenSink demo application to use the new CopperSpice libraries supporting UTF-8 strings

May

  • Enhance QVariant to work with additional data types
  • Change SVG rendering to use iterators and improve speed of drawing
  • Clean up text encodings for Linux
  • Clean up source for Mac OS X to remove warnings
  • CopperSpice libraries build successfully on Linux
  • Update libtiff to version
  • Add new countries to Harfbuzz enum

June

  • Presented a talk on Overload Resolution for ACCU / C++ meeting
  • Several new methods added to QString and QStringView
  • Remove compiler warnings for overridden methods and Mac OS X specific code
  • CopperSpice libraries build successfully on Mac OS X
  • Add Ubuntu to CI server
  • DoxyPressApp fully migrated to CopperSpice
  • DoxyPress fully migrated to CopperSpice
  • CopperSpice release
  • KitchenSink release
  • DoxyPressApp release
  • DoxyPress release

July

  • Remove Fedora 24 from CI Server
  • Add Fedora 27 to CI Server
  • Add Fedora 28 to CI Server
  • Upgrade FreeBSD to on CI server
  • Update minimum required GCC version to for building CopperSpice on Windows
  • Minor changes to remove warnings reported by MinGW on Windows
  • Add missing includes for FreeBSD
  • Optimize CsString classes

August

  • Enhance CMake build files to work with MSVC
  • Visual Studio Version or newer is required
  • Modify global settings to define Q_CC_MSVC when building with Visual Studio
  • Remove several functions which are now supported natively in MSVC
  • Minor change in CsNetwork to resolve missing data type for DnsRecord with MSVC
  • When compiling with MSVC a few export commands were removed in Core registration, no changes with MinGW
  • Turn on assembly files in CsWebkit which are required only when using MSVC
  • Remove class export command from QStringList to accommodate how MSVC handles inheriting from a template
  • Mark QStringList methods as exported
  • Update KitchenSink CMake build files to work with MSVC

September

  • Merge MSVC test branch with main trunk
  • Add information in CopperSpice Overview documentation detailing how to build with MSVC
  • Minor improvement in regular expressions requiring an escape sequence
  • Attended CppCon in Seattle, Washington
  • Presented a talk on Undefined Behavior at CppCon in Bellevue, Washington
  • CopperSpice release
  • KitchenSink release
  • DoxyPressApp release
  • DoxyPress release
  • Diamond release

October

  • Update CopperSpice to use Unicode
  • Improved QString class
  • Migrate branch to Harfbuzz
  • Harfbuzz library is used for text shaping, newer version has built in UTF-8 support
  • Update CsCore to use the new version of Harfbuzz
  • Initial clean up of CsGui pending the new version of Harbuzz
  • Remove all unsupported qws files in CsGui
  • Add new math functions

November

  • Added several pull requests to CopperSpice
  • Update compiler and cpu detection code
  • Reorganize CsGui files to facilitate improved maintainability
  • Move all files associated with printing to a new printing directory
  • Remove obsolete inputContext classes
  • Add new classes for printing
  • Remove unused CsGui embedded files
  • Remove obsolete files for qpa in CsGui
  • Update QCoreApplication API
  • Initial changes to support a cross platform paint engine
  • Initial changes to support improved printing

December

  • Resolved Harfbuzz issue to support scripts added in Unicode 11
  • Update MySQL driver
  • Improve QVector::data()
  • Add support for time zones and bit timestamps in the QDateTime class
  • Add new enums values and type traits to the QNameSpace class
  • Optimized several existing QString methods
  • Resolved a reported issue with QDockWidget
  • Remove workarounds for older versions of MSVC
  • Remove obsolete files for egl support
  • Add policy to prevent warnings when using a version up to CMake
  • Continued major work on CsCore and CsGui to support the new cross platform paint engine
  • Update CsNetwork to use the new plugin system
  • Update CsXmlPatterns to use the new date methods

January

  • Central new classes added to CsCore: QMarginsF, QTimeZone, QVersionNumber
  • CsCore classes with significant changes: QCoreApplication, QMargins, QDebug, QDateTime, QFileInfo, QObject, QRect, QTimer
  • Central new classes added to CsGui: QBackingStore, QKeySequenceEdit, QPageLayout, QScroller, QTouchDevice, QWindow
  • CsGui classes with significant changes: QIcon, QIconEngine, QImage, QKeySequence, QLCDNumber, QMenu, QPixmap
  • Enhance QMenu so a method pointer can be used as an action
  • Remove undefined behavior in Zlib
  • Paint engine updated to leverage newer cpu architecture
  • Delete obsolete CDE, CleanLooks, Motif, and Plastique styles
  • Added Fusion style
  • Maintain qreal data types in math3D classes
  • Convert math3D qreal values to GLFloat when calling OpenGL
  • Merge overloaded methods where default arguments can be utilized
  • Change multiple enums to constexpr variables
  • Remove unused parameters in a large number of methods

February

  • Update meta system files to report metatype issues at compile time
  • Redesign internals for the plugin system in CsCore
  • Added new plugin macros: CS_PLUGIN_IID and CS_PLUGIN_KEY
  • Remove unused plugin files
  • Add support for newer versions of OpenGL in CsGui
  • Improve print support
  • Reorganize and consolidate enums in QPaintDevice, QPdfWriter, QPrinter, QPageLayout, and QPageSize
  • Update network manager to use the new plugin system
  • Fixed memory leak in QJsonObject
  • Update CsSvg with a redesigned css parser
  • Improve API documentation to reflect the new platform and plugin systems
  • CopperSpice x features
    • New platform support system
    • Redesign entire plugin system
    • Support for XCB on Unix platforms
    • Harfbuzz UTF-8 support
    • Support for HighDPI on all platforms
    • OpenGL support improved
    • New classes for printer support, styles, locales, dates, time zones, and more
    • Extensive changes to CsGui
    • Update CsSql to use the new plugin system
  • Stable release
    • CopperSpice release
    • KitchenSink release
    • DoxyPressApp release
    • DoxyPress release
    • Diamond release

March

  • Presentation, Dutch C++ Group in Amsterdam, Netherlands – Overload Resolution
  • Presentation, emBO++ in Bochum, Germany – Undefined Behavior
  • Presentation, emBO++ in Bochum, Germany – Multithreading in C++
  • Presentation, emBO++ in Bochum, Germany – Overload Resolution
  • Presentation, C++ User Group Düsseldorf, Germany – Overload Resolution
  • Presentation, C++ User Group Munich, Germany – Undefined Behavior
  • Presentation, C++ User Group London, England – Undefined Behavior

April

  • Remove obsolete third party wintab library and related source due to their license issues
  • Improve CopperSpice CMake files for MSVC support
  • Add defines for newer versions of Mac OS X
  • Redesign QVarLength, add STL API methods and reverse iterators
  • Remove support for obsolete QDataStream versions
  • Minor changes to Webkit for Max OS X
  • Support new versions of PostgreSQL
  • Fix QRegularExpression which used a \d regexp
  • Fix locale aware compare method in QString for Windows
  • Refactor unix standard paths in QStandardPaths
  • Change Signal/Slot delivery to allow the Slot to return a bool
  • Migrate Signal/Slot calls to connect() in CsGui to use method pointers
  • Redesign plugin system
  • Refactor QFactoryLoader, remove platform specific code
  • Enhance CI to use Docker instead of a Virtual Machines for all Unix platforms
  • Remove Fedora 25 from CI Server
  • Remove Fedora 26 from CI Server
  • Add Fedora 29 to CI Server

May

  • Remove defines for XCB-ICCCM version
  • Add files to support FontConfig for XCB
  • Update build files to allow XCB support without using GTK
  • Remove third party IAccessible2 library for Windows
  • Add CS_SHOW_DEBUG #define to display a variety of debug messages only when enabled
  • Clean up multiple qDebug message for improved readability
  • Add support in platform code to use the new QFactoryLoader class
  • Redesigned QText classes in CsGui to use Harfbuzz UTF-8 text shaping
  • Cocoa platform specific GUI support
  • Windows platform specific GUI support
  • XCB platform specific GUI support

June

  • Added plugin support for Multimedia Play List Formats
  • Added plugin support for Multimedia Windows Player, DirectShow
  • Reorganized SQL source, moved plugin source code to the SQL plugin directory
  • Change plugin library name from qsqlpsql to CsSqlPsql
  • Standardized the code for loading plugins in GUI, Multimedia, and SQL
  • Change a majority of the calls to connect() to use method pointers
  • Enhance meta type system to allow reference parameters when calling invokeMethod()
  • Improve CMake build files
  • Clean up debug and assert message

July

  • Remove Phonon library in favor of CsMultimedia
  • Build files updated to support both GStreamer and GStreamer
  • Multimedia DirectShow (Windows), GStreamer (Unix), AV Foundation (Mac OS x) plugins added
  • Add plugin printer support for Windows
  • Cups printer support plugin for Unix and Mac
  • Additional plugin for Mac printing
  • Add new command line options in UIC
  • Enhance internal usage of QMetaObject::invokeMethod() in CsMultimedia
  • Add missing overloads in Multimedia and plugins
  • Change several containers so erase() accepts a const iterator
  • Remove FOREACH macro, all internal code updated
  • Remove FOREVER macro, all internal code updated
  • Update Overview documentation with additional getting started information
  • Update tables in the CopperSpice Overview documentation listed the required XCB packages for Unix
  • Upload documentation for pending CopperSpice release
  • Retain documentation on website for CopperSpice stable
  • Add a cs tag for the KitchenSink demo, marks the last commit using CopperSpice stable
  • Commit KitchenSink source using CopperSpice
  • Updated KitchenSink music example which was redesigned to use CsMultimedia
  • Accepted as speakers for CppCon in Denver, Colorado
  • Accepted as speakers for MeetingC++ in Berlin, Germany
  • Accepted as speakers for code::dive in Wrocław, Poland

August

  • Docker is fully configured for all Linux platforms
  • Remove Debian 8 from CI Server
  • Add Debian 10 (Buster) to CI Server
  • Add Fedora 30 to CI Server
  • Add Arch Linux to CI Server
  • Upgrade FreeBSD to for CI Server
  • Release prebuilt binaries for CopperSpice stable
  • Release prebuilt binaries for KitchenSink stable
  • Update documentation for CopperSpice
  • Update documentation for CopperSpice
  • Update CopperSpice Overview Documentation
  • Minor changes in CMake build files for GStreamer on Unix platforms
  • Various build file changes for X11 and stylesheet support on Windows
  • Release prebuilt binaries for CopperSpice
  • Release prebuilt binaries for KitchenSink
  • Multiple enhancements to improve DoxyPress outputs
  • Update DoxyPressApp to use CS for High DPI support
  • Release prebuilt binaries for DoxyPress
  • Release prebuilt binaries for DoxyPressApp

September

  • Attended CppCon in in Denver, Colorado
  • Presented a talk on "High performance graphics on the GPU" at CppCon in in Denver, Colorado
  • Drop support for Autotools build system with CopperSpice
  • Update to CMake as the minimum required version

October

  • Modernize CMake build files for CopperSpice
  • Update CMake files for better MSVC support
  • Improve CMake functions to install CS libraries for a project linking with CopperSpice
  • Streamline rpath support for Linux and Mac OS X
  • Update minimum required clang version to for building CopperSpice
  • Update minimum required GCC version to for building CopperSpice
  • Move to C++17 on all platforms
  • Drop support for Autotools build system with KitchenSink
  • Modernize CMake build files for KitchenSink
  • Move to C++17 on all platforms
  • Drop support for Autotools build system with Diamond
  • Modernize CMake build files for Diamond
  • Move to C++17 on all platforms
  • Drop support for Autotools build system with DoxyPress and DoxyPressApp
  • Modernize CMake build files for DoxyPress and DoxyPressApp
  • Move to C++17 on all platforms
  • Merge github pull requests
  • Fix issue with lupdate for translation files
  • Research optimization options provided in C++17

November

  • Drop support for Autotools build system for CsSignal
  • Add CMake build files for CsSignal
  • Move to C++17 on all platforms
  • Finalize build files to adjust rpath during deployment
  • Refactor Core source code to utilize C++17
  • Improve registration, remove unnecessary headers
  • Release prebuilt binaries for CopperSpice
  • Release prebuilt binaries for KitchenSink
  • Release prebuilt binaries for Diamond
  • Release prebuilt binaries for DoxyPress
  • Release prebuilt binaries for DoxyPressApp
  • CopperSpice European Tour
    • Speaker at Meeting C++ Conference in Berlin, Germany
    • Presented an updated talk on "High performance graphics and rendering text on the GPU"
    • Speaker at code::dive in Wrocław, Poland
    • Presented "Undefined Behavior is Not an Error"
    • C++ and CopperSpice training in Bochum, Germany
    • Speaker at C++ User Group in the Netherlands

December

  • Adjust registration to improve compile speed on Unix platforms
  • Review QVariant and QMetaType and develop a new abstraction
  • Clean up source code to remove compiler warnings
  • Use compiler attributes instead of macros
  • Replace Q_REQUIRED_RESULT with the attribute [[nodiscard]]
  • Add support for clang 9
  • Update required gcc and clang versions
  • Update ignore file for source distribution
  • Remove deprecated methods in Core and Gui
  • Delete extraneous header files which only included a previously listed header
  • Improve compile speed on Unix platforms by reorganizing registration macros

January

  • Drop support for Autotools build system for CsLibGuarded
  • Add CMake build files for CsLibGuarded
  • Move to C++17 on all platforms
  • Change libGuarded to CsLibGuarded
  • Drop support for Autotools build system for CsString
  • Add CMake build files for CsString
  • Drop support for Autotools build system for PepperMill
  • Add CMake build files for PepperMill
  • Release new version of PepperMill for customers migrating to CopperSpice
  • Update CMake package detection for MySQL / MariaDB plugins
  • Continue removing compiler warnings and deprecated methods
  • Add [[fallthrough]] attribute for switch cases which do not break or return
  • Drop support for Q_DECLARE_TYPEINFO, replace with C++ standard type traits
  • Study the interaction between QVariant, QMetaType, and the property system
  • Experiment with using std::variant and std::optional
  • Upgrade Mac OS X to on CI server
  • Mac OS X CI supported versions: and
  • Minimum required XCode version:
  • Release tags were added to DoxyPress
  • Several enhancements made to DoxyPress

February

  • Update CS Overview documentation, add extended notes about migrating to CopperSpice
  • Text file containing sha checksums added for prebuilt binary download pages
  • New installers added to download page for MSVC prebuilt binaries
  • Create a prototype for the new QVariant class
  • Document the overall impact on CopperSpice
  • Drop Fedora 27 in CI
  • Add Fedora 31 in CI
  • Add Centos 8 in CI
  • Improve build files
  • Remove dependency on NAS audio for Unix
  • Add support for OpenSSL in CsNetwork
  • Improve CsLibGuarded build files
  • Release tags were added to KitchenSink
  • Release tags were added to Diamond
  • Release prebuilt binaries for CopperSpice
  • Release prebuilt binaries for KitchenSink
  • Release prebuilt binaries for Diamond
  • Release prebuilt binaries for DoxyPress
  • Release prebuilt binaries for DoxyPressApp

March

  • Rename Gui OpenGL and Network files for improved readability
  • Clean up code to remove additional warnings
  • Improve code in SVG handling
  • Remove obsolete headers in Core and Gui
  • Adjust const correctness in QSet
  • Remove unnecessary Q_DECLARE_SHARED_STL macro
  • Remove obsolete methods in GUI
  • Improve core state machine performance and functionality
  • Redesign QVariant and QMetaType classes
    • Change calls to qvariant_cast<T>() to use value<T>(), mark qvariant_cast obsolete
    • Expand QVariant::Type enum to include enum values from QMetaType
    • Change code base to use QVariant enum instead of QMetaType enum
    • Change Q_DECLARE_METATYPE to CS_DECLARE_METATYPE macro
    • Add new methods to support the redesigned QVariant system
    • Use QVariant::typeToTypeId() instead of qMetaTypeId()
    • Use constexpr in the internal typeToName() function instead of SFINAE
  • Improve property system macros
  • Optimize sql drivers using the new QVariant system
  • Improve bundle creation for Diamond on Mac OS X
  • Release prebuilt binaries for KitchenSink

April

  • Correct GUI animation issue on MSVC
  • Remove usingYosemiteOrLater bool since Mac OS X or greater required
  • Improve CMake macros to support Mac OS X bundles
  • Remove elements from QVariant
    • Drop the union in QVariant, use std::variant
    • Remove obsolete QVariant structs
    • Remove the use of placement new to end the lifetime of a Variant
    • Remove qRegisterMetaType<T>(), obsolete function
    • Remove Q_DECLARE_BULTIN_METATYPE macro
    • Remove multiple obsolete methods
  • Redesign QVariant system
    • Use std::visit in QVariant methods to process stored data
    • Custom data types
      • Add abstract CustomType class
      • CustomType is used to store a shared pointer to non simple types
      • Add templated class CustomType_T, inherits from CustomType
    • Change the return type for several QVariant methods to use std::optional<T>
    • Change int to uint as the return type for several QVariant methods
    • Refactor all methods in QVariant
  • Remove unnecessary duplicated code for cs_typeName_internal() in Multimedia
  • Major redesign of Core animation, leverage the new QVariant system
  • Drop Ubuntu in CI
  • Add Ubuntu in CI
  • Add bundle creation for KitchenSink on Mac OS X
  • Numerous changes to improve DoxyPress
  • Correct the majority of compiler warnings in DoxyPress
  • Update the version of Hunspell to version for Windows
  • Add #define in Diamond to support changes added in Hunspell version
  • Release prebuilt binaries for CopperSpice
  • Release prebuilt binaries for KitchenSink
  • Release prebuilt binaries for Diamond
  • Release prebuilt binaries for DoxyPress
  • Release prebuilt binaries for DoxyPressApp

May

  • Correct CMake build file, iconv package is now always searched on Unix
  • Drop in updated CsLibGuarded headers
  • Redesign QVariant system
    • Add abstract QVariantBase class to extend QVariant outside of the Core library
    • Remove QVariant::streamDebug() method
  • Major redesign of Gui animation, leverage the new QVariant system
  • Redesign and simplify several CsScript classes based on the new QVariant system
  • Minor improvements to the UI in the KitchenSink demo program
  • Minor changes in KitchenSink to work with the pending version of CopperSpice

June

  • Remove Mac OS X from CI since the support for C++17 is too limited
  • Minimum required version for OS X is now XCode
  • Rework CsScript classes, improve implementation
  • Minor changes in CsWebKit to leverage the new QVariant API
  • Update Mac OS X platform plugin related to variant changes
  • Replace internal QDataBuffer class with QVector
  • Continued changes for the new QVariant system
  • Switch to using C++17 type traits
  • Change code in several places to use a structured binding
  • Merge QVariant branch with the main branch, resolve conflicts
  • Update the QVariant API documentation
  • Rewrite descriptions and examples for all of the container classes
  • Standardize syntax
  • Improve documentation for flags

July

  • Extensive testing for new QVariant implementation
  • Add additional conversions in canConvert() in QVariant
  • Remove erroneous conversions in canConvert() in QVariant
  • Coordinate convert() method with canConvert() in QVariant
  • Add support for PostgreSQL 12
  • Add move append() to QList
  • Incorporate user reported modifications and improvements
  • Fix QCompleter destroy model use after free error
  • Expand Q_DISABLE_COPY() macro
  • Rename the Windows platform plugin files for readability

August

  • Rename the XCB platform plugin files for readability
  • Add build files to create the OpenGL integration plugin for XCB
  • Update Overview documentation to include the xcb-glx package requirements
  • Redesign execution of statements for MySQL plugin related to QVariant enhancements
  • Update SQLite to version
  • Change CMake files for iconv and cups running on FreeBSD
  • Correct detection for gstreamer ABI version
  • Update QStringView compare methods, add the exact data type for iterators

September

  • Release prebuilt binaries for CopperSpice
  • Release prebuilt binaries for KitchenSink
  • Release prebuilt binaries for Diamond
  • Release prebuilt binaries for DoxyPress
  • Release prebuilt binaries for DoxyPressApp
  • Presenting a talk on "Lambda Expressions" CppCon

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