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'[Kde-bindings] [Bug 126928] New: Qtruby QServerSocket not working ...
... or are watching the assignee. http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=126928 Summary: Qtruby QServerSocket not working Product: bindings Version: ...
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'KDE/kdebase/workspace/kcontrol/kxkb' - MARC
... -#include <qstringlist.h> +#include <QHash> +#include <QStringList> #include <kwin.h> [prev in list] [next in list] [prev in thread] [next in thread] ...
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'Re: Compile speed up.' - MARC
So > the question is, is it safe to remove includes for qstring.h in headers > that also have qstringlist.h? Why want you do that? ...
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'To make your program work well with non-Latin1 letters,' - MARC
1. convert QString to char *. As warwick said before, If you use it once ... QString::fromLocal8Bit(char *) works well with Latin1 and non-Latin1 letters. ...
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'[kde-solaris] Compile error in kdeadmin: QString(const char[7 ...
Tpo"; exit 1; \ fi mnt.cpp: In constructor `Mounts::Mounts()': mnt.cpp:101: error: call of overloaded `QString(const char[7])' is ambiguous ...
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'Converting QStrings Latin1/utf8' thread - MARC
Viewing messages in thread 'Converting QStrings Latin1/utf8'. Viewing messages in list kde-devel K Desktop Environment Developers · - ...
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'Re: [kde] Upgrading qtlib and or finding it!' - MARC
Alternatively you can leave your system alone and just put the new qtlib in a folder and then start qtcad with a script that LD_LIBRARY_PATH=folder where ...
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'Upgrading qtlib and or finding it!' thread - MARC
2005-12-25 Re: [kde] Upgrading qtlib and or finding it! kde Andrew Kar 4. 2005-12-14 [kde] Upgrading qtlib and or finding it! kde John 5. ...
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'Re: [kde] Upgrading qtlib and or finding it!' - MARC
In order to use the more recent >version I need qtlib >3.3. A search for qt only finds a doc directory. Suse >9.0 installs qtlib 3.2.1 i586. ...
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'[Kde-java] why I cann't find 'qtjava.jar' and 'koala.java' after ...
[Attachment #5 (text/html)] <DIV>why I cann't find 'qtjava.jar' and 'koala.java' after installing the \ kdebindings-3.3.0-i386.rpm. ...
 
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