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KDE Development Tool

Score 76%


Link:  http://
Minimum required   Qt 2.x
Downloads:  890
Submitted:  Feb 22 2005
Updated:  Mar 6 2005


A simple PyQT program that permit to write QT applications in XML!

Simple like write an HTML page. See screenshots.

*** THIS IS A DEAD APP. !!! ***
Recently I googled and found a nice app: Kommander. This seems like uibuilder, but *MUCH* more rich and kde-supported. So I decided to stop development of UIBuilder.

You need QT/PyQT intalled to run this app. I really appreciate any help on coding it. There are many thins to do, yet. A full PyQT binding is near The Impossible!
Also I like to see if somebody can make a C++/QT or Java/Applet AWT porting.

Get me feedback, please!

This is only an initial implementation!!!

- due to use of "hidden" properties on some widgets, this version is only QT 3.x compatible.


6 Mar 2005:
-- version 0.2.2 --
- added a new script extension. Now You can insert Python scripts inside XML!
- edited the XML parser

25 Feb 2005:
-- version 0.2.1 --
- added a new FX extension (some nice gui effects)
- improved network support
- new tutorial files (some only in Italian!)
- some fix

23 Feb 2005:
-- version 0.2 --
- new package structure (more flexible)
- added a simple network support
- added support for zipped packages (full application now as a zip file)
- changed example5.xml
- added attributes "enabled", "hidden" on some widgets
- added condition
- now arithmetical operation between variables is avaiable

22 Feb 2005:
- released as 0.1
- added a FileDialog to open the xml file
- added examples file for a quick learn
- some minor cleanup

21 Feb 2005:
Initial implementation. *Not* a release version (but working)

(Preview of the new parser (QTDesigner XML))
(Preview of the new parser (QTDesigner XML))
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 by informix on: Feb 23 2005
Score 50%

This looks quiet interesting!

But why QT 2.0 only ?

I think this is something linux really needs: a scriptable gui ienviroment

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 Re: PyQT

 by minkiux on: Feb 23 2005
Score 50%

Why Qt 2.0?
Well, because as for now I only used QT 2.0 widgets :-) and is still portable to non-commercial QT 2.3 Windows version (and is even QT 3.x compatible).

But as I noticed early, this UIBuilder version is *not* compatible anymore with QT 2.x, because of use of hidden properties on some widgets.
I have fixed this in my develop version, but I think next version will be QT 3.x only.

BTW thanks for your interesting!!! I really need people like you!

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 New parser!

 by minkiux on: Feb 24 2005
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After a quick review of UIBuilder code I noticied a not well-formed parser, so I starting in coding another parser, but implementing the QTDesigner XML format (DOCTYPE version="3.3").

In this way I implemented a full XML/QT binding, but with a huge XML syntax.

Now I ask You:
do you prefear the first XML format (simplest, but far away form full QT binding), or this new format?

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 by nunogomez on: Feb 26 2005
Score 50%

great tool, thanx!

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 Re: thanx

 by minkiux on: Feb 27 2005
Score 50%

Thanx for what??! :-P

I'm only writing a stupid app!
Btw, I WANT your support! Inform me for any question or feature request.

And I can go to bed in serenity :-))))

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