Crazy Eddie 1 Out of interest, what do you see as the main problems with WX? The AUI components are barely documented at all with large sections missing, making it difficult to use in a production environment.
Which configuration file format do you prefer? Stewbond I can't stand INI. There isn't really a standard parser for it and because of that, everyone adds their own flavor.
When configuring these things, I always have troubles with stupid things that people just forget about when making their code: You need to have a newline after the last entry, you need to use tabs instead of spaces, etc. TiNi XML was by far the easiest.
Also, it was really easy to integrate since it was just one source file and one header. They are all well documented. I know some people don't like using attributes, and would rather use nodes encompassing data, but I like to use attributes whenever there can only be one of an item in a structure.
The other thing about XML is that it's not as easy to write comments. Comments are part of the file structure and so you can't do anything inline. This is the big difference with JSON. However, it's very easy to save a file with comments as long as it was read and part of the structure.
I'm not sure how I'm going to store the comments in the file.
It's meant to be manually edited, but should also be read, updated, and saved by the other group. I'm looking for a good parser to use here. Last edited on CodeGazer I much prefer XML for most of my config files since it is easy to work with, transport, has many good libraries and tools built for it and is very popular so most people will be familiar with it.
I think it really all comes down to what the person feels most familiar with and what suits the project best.I would like to write my own GUI in c++.
This includes making all necessary headers and macros. I cannot find a tutorial that gives me any information on where to start, or they prompt e to download Qt, wxWidgets, or a similar program.
Beginners might think that we're connecting to obj1's bar() signal, when we actually are connecting to this..
Always specify the full types of the arguments, i.e.
const QString & instead of QString, in the interest of keeping things simple for timberdesignmag.com'll mention that you can write the latter in the documentation, but stick to a consistent, simple subset of the Qt language in examples. I think Qt for Android is targeted towards things like "embedded" Android.
Stuff like hardware dashboard applications where looking out of place is perfectly fine, and large binaries aren't really an issue because your app is being embedded in a device that you have control over. To write a sequence, you first write the special string “[“, then write the elements, then write the closing “]”.
In YAML (but not XML), mappings and sequences can be written in a compact Python-like inline form. C# XML C++ timberdesignmag.com Qt JIRA Visual Studio Git Test-driven Development (TDD) Agile Software Development Windows + more Andrei is a passionate full-stack software engineer with 15+ years of experience who has worked for Microsoft, EMC, Motorola, Deutsche Bank, and other big-name brands.
Qt/QML interview Questions Q)what is Qt? Qt is a cross-platform application framework that is widely used for developing application software that can be run on various software and hardware platforms with little or no change in the code.