[fpc-pascal] GTK2 Lazarus Project, but I want QT.
Catalin Zamfir Alexandru
catalin.zamfir at theg33ks.com
Sun Jun 24 18:59:49 CEST 2007
One little question:
- how do I read the Qt docs? Do I read the official one and hope that the
C/C++ Qt functions have the same name in FPC? Or is there a deposit for this?
- do I import the Qt units in FPC to make that program or do I use the Lazarus
Source code editor without a form [visual design IDE] as it would be easier?
- Any other info you could tell me that may be usefull? Of course, I'll tackle
these cosmetic bugs as soon as my GED is over. [General Education Development
Test. :P I just finished high-school and taking my big exams now in hope that
I'll end at the Politechnic Faculty in Bucharest :D so time is of the esence
Sorry to ask you such questions, but information is quite sparse.
On Sunday 24 June 2007 20:19, Felipe Monteiro de Carvalho wrote:
> On 6/24/07, Catalin Zamfir Alexandru <catalin.zamfir at theg33ks.com> wrote:
> > Great. I've recompiled KCalculator for Qt and the menu bug is gone.
> > Although, we have some more problems, that I'll enumerate here and hope
> > that this feedback helps you guys fix them:
> I would say this is the perfect oportunity if you wish to help lazarus
> =) Those bugs aren't too hard to solve. They will consume some time,
> but Qt is easy to use, and this helps a lot.
> I think I eliminated the worse show-stopper bugs already, and that was
> my objective. The remaining are mostly cosmetics.
> If you wish to try for yourself read the hints bellow. If not, post
> bug reports on the bug tracker. I will put them somewhere on my ToDo
> list, but be warned that this list is imense.
> By the way, you should be aware that there is a mailling list
> dedicated only to Lazarus-Qt:
> > 1. The menu icons don't show. In GTK2, custom [a.k.a. inserted by me .ico
> > files] submenu icons show on every entry, but in the Qt version submenu
> > icons don't show at all. Don't know if that's the same with menu icons,
> > but still.
> This shouldn't be hard to implement. First write a simple pascal qt
> application without lcl that creates a main window, a menu and adds a
> icon to the menu to understand how to do that with Qt.
> Next go to the lcl qt interface, locate where the menus are
> implemented and see where this feature should be implemented.
> > 2. The menu is higher than the normal Qt menus in all my KDE/Qt-based
> > software. I'm comparing the menu from KMail with the one from
> > Qt-KCalculator and KCalculator's menu is higher. The GTK2 Menu keeps the
> > normal proportions as all the other apps on my system, due to the fact
> > that I have a compatibility engine between GTK and KDE so as to make GTK2
> > look like QT. But that's not the problem. The problem is that generated
> > Lazarus programs based on the Qt interface have higher menus [a few
> > pixels more] than what it should be.
> I have no idea about this one. Generate a simple pascal qt application
> without lcl and see if the problem is there too.
> > 3. It doesn't respect the Font I use system-wide. I use Tahoma 8
> > system-wide and all my QT-KDE/GTK applications respect this rule, but
> > Qt-KCalculator doesn't respect the rule, while GTK-KCalculator respects
> > it.
> I don't know about this one too. AFAIK lcl qt won't try to force any
> fonts, it should just use the default system ones.
> Again, write a pascal qt app without lcl and see if this also happens
> on this application. If yes, read qt docs and find out how to do what
> you want.
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