This is a journal of my adventures trying to build and use Qt for apps running on Windows 8 Metro tablet. It’s going to be long, rambling and full of randomness, but also maybe with some useful info or nuggets for anyone trying to do the same.. Read on for more. This story gets updated as the story unfolds!
Last updated: 24.7.2012
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..or why/how to install and use CCache 3.0pre0 in Scratchbox
A few days ago, I was building and rebuilding a Debian package in Scratchbox to see if it builds, installs and works properly after my modifications. To make sure it works, I had to do a full dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot rebuild, which of course does a full clean every time. Each rebuild took 10 minutes, and I started wondering how to make it go faster.
Use ccache 3.0 and make sure your regular build does not use compiler options incompatible with ccache! Read on for details.
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I attended a presentation given by Bjarne Stroustrup in Otaniemi, Espoo, Finland 18.3.2010. Bjarne was very down to earth and seemed to understand both the needs of the average C++ developer, and to have a very good idea on what is C++’s place in the modern world of programming. I was very inspired by all the new features of the soon-to-be finalized c++0x standard and I’m going to write about my thoughts on some of them soonish, so check back on this article in a few days if interested!
I took some pics of Bjarne, you can see them following the link below: