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[News] LWN Reviews Programming with Qt, Python Conference Comes Soon

  • Subject: [News] LWN Reviews Programming with Qt, Python Conference Comes Soon
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 20 Dec 2009 02:54:19 +0000
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A look at Qt 4.6

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| Nokia updated its Qt application framework to 
| version 4.6 on December 1st, adding support for 
| several operating systems â most notably its 
| own mobile platforms: the recently open source 
| Symbian and the Linux-based Maemo. Qt 4.6 
| introduces new graphics features, new input 
| methods, and updates to the QtScript scripting 
| engine. Along with the framework itself, Nokia 
| updated its cross-platform Qt integrated 
| development environment (IDE) Qt Creator to 
| support the new features and new target 
| platforms.


Tech Comics: "The User and the Geek"


World's Largest Python Conference Comes to Atlanta

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| Python is an open-source, dynamically typed, 
| object-oriented programming language that can 
| be used in nearly the entire range of 
| technology applications. It offers an easy 
| learning curve and access to a vast array of 
| libraries. 



Gentoo wins again with Python 3

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| Despite being heavily involved in Ubuntu
| advocacy and promotion, being a member of
| the Ubuntu project, and using it on my
| personal systems, I've had to keep my
| servers and development machines running
| Gentoo.
| [...]
| Python 3 is a great example of this; Gnome
| 3 will apparently use Python 3 for many
| applets, and Gnome 3's release schedule
| sets it for inclusion in Ubuntu 10.10 (next
| Fall), but at present Python 3.1 is
| packaged but none of the 3rd party packages
| are available for it - even those which
| explicitly support Python 3 already.


Python 3 moratorium now official

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| The Python 3 language syntax has been
| frozen until June 2011 under a moratorium
| imposed by Guido Van Rossum, Python's
| creator and BDFL (Benevolent Dictator For
| Life). The moratorium, proposed at the end
| of October, is now defined in PEP3003 and
| sets out what is not to change in future
| Python 3 versions.

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