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Thursday May 29, 2003
11:33 PM

Cool thing of the year

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From here...


From: Germain Garand
To: kde-perl
Subject: [Kde-perl] introducing the PerlQt plugin for Qt Designer (Beta 1)
Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 04:51:37 +0100



Hi all,
if there are still any
in this realm of deep, frozen, deadly silence... ;)

I'm pleased to announce the first Beta version of the PerlQt plugin for Qt Designer v.3.1+.

This plugin brings at last a fully integrated PerlQt IDE, with the following exciting main features:

- Perl syntax highlighting
- Completion on all methods and static functions
- Management of Perl/PerlQt projects
- Ability to Build/Run projects and forms straight from the IDE
- Debugging/ STDOUT/STDERR output in the Output Window

Here is an (hopelessly crippled by dreadful compression artifacts) interactive tutorial in shockwave flash format, demonstrating the build of a simple yet amazing web browser:
http://www.phoenix-library.org/germain/shots/perlqt_plugin.swf (3890165 bytes)

also available as a tar.bz2 archive:
http://www.phoenix-library.org/germain/shots/perlqt_plugin.swf.tar.bz2 (2181770 bytes)

You must look at the SWF. It will amaze you.

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