We knew that some big companies like Adobe or Google developed some of their applications for MS Windows with the Qt toolkit. But they didn't take full advantage of Qt's cross-platform sweetness. Until now. Google released yesterday Google Earth Beta 4 and if you look closely at their download page there is a Linux version available. This is not using some Wine wrapper as Picasa before but is a native Qt 3 application. Time for other companies to wake it?
V for Vendetta is so good. Aaron and I went to see it yesterday. On the way there we went to a really great (and cheap) vegan Chinese place and stopped by an arcade (remember those?). Coming back we got asked for money under a bridge. The irony of having people ask for money from two trolls under a bridge runs deep.
"Yet" because I don't have anything to commit as all involved code is littered with commented codeblocks of failed attemps.
I am talking about a QObject adapter for the Qt3 D-BUS bindings, i.e. a wrapper class that makes slots of a given QObject instance callable through D-BUS.
Generating D-BUS introspection data from the slot signature is next.