I recently blogged about Qt being available for Haiku/BeOS and OS/2. In case you have not read it at Slashdot yet, here comes another new platform: Amazon Kindle. This is getting crazy. What’s next? My ZX Spectrum?
Last year a lot of people were attending FOSDEM. This year, 10th anniversary and everything,
it seems that very few people are I’m seeing very few blogs about people visiting Brussels on Febrary 6th and 7th and attending the largest Open Source conference in Europe.
Anyways, I am attending
I am staying at EC Hotel, very close to Gare du Midi. Cheap, convenient and free Internet.
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Haiku is a free open source operating system compatible with BeOS. I’d say the BeOS community is the new Amiga community: they love their platform and will endure as many difficulties as necessary as long as they are able to run BeOS/Haiku.
A few months ago, Qt4 was ported to BeOS/Haiku. That’s great news because it means we Qt4 developers can now target a new platform (did I say CMake is also available for Haiku?). Arora quickly followed.
Now, KDE 4 is also available for Haiku. Freezing cool.
Please note I am not a KDE-on-Haiku or KDE-on-OS/2 developer. I know zero of Haiku/BeOS and I forgot almost all I knew of OS/2 programming.
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Version 1.0 (AKA “CModuler Meta”) provides only very limited functionality: it will create finders (modules of the form FindXXX.cmake) for libraries consisting of only 1 library. CModuler-generated modules support debug/release configurations.
You can download CModuler from Gitorious
Like CMake, CModuler is licensed under the BSD license
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