Great plugin :)
How many lines and source code files are in HaiQ? :D
after a long pause I have some great news:
- since today we have a new project website
- and a new domain (thanks to Stephan)
- everybody** now can submit bug and feature requests
- everybody** can post into the new forum
**you have to register (see upper right)
It would be great, if you take a look to our new page!
Further I appreciate any help to keep the page alive
and up to date.
So everybody of you is invited to help - just
mail me and I provide you admin rights
(@Jeremy: your account already is admin).
>GREAT! Thanks Christian!! (and Stephan for the domain)
>Feel free to mail me if you need any help with the website. You
>already know that i'm here to help with anything i can.
Just register and I give you the permissions/rights...
>btw, the website looks great :) So.. when do we add debugger ticket(s)? :D
Look here: http://projects.3dh.de/haiq/ticket/4
...and feel free to add comments or edit the ticket description :)
your'e registered as developer and admin now.
The Trac system is mostly self-explanatory, but on questions
just have a look here:
The whole Trac system contains highlighted keywords linked
to the help pages - e.g. in the footer or directly above edit fields.
If anybody has questions don't hesitate to ask me :)
If you want to EDIT anything, there is a "wysiwyg" mode
which can be enabled by a radio button in the upper right
corner of each text area.
I thought about that - for the next few weeks we should continue
to use the mailing list.
The next step is an email notification for tickets - maybe this can -
together with the forum - replace the mailing list.
I'm going into holidays for the next two weeks and plan to reserve a few
days for enhancing HaiQ a little bit - see the new tickets at http://www.haiq.info
A few questions to all of you:
- how are you?
- is anybody still using HaiQ? or do you use othe IDEs (like QtCreator) right now?
- has anybody urgent feature requests or bugs which must be solved?
- has anybody time to help me (e.g. building a Win32 download package for HaiQ etc.)?
I'm looking forward to hear from you :-)
Greetings from Germany,
>Thanks for sending the mail, nice to hear from you. I am a major
>"user" of HaiQ (probably use it 4+ hrs per day). It suits my needs,
>and I have not focused on improving it.
Currently I and my two colleagues use HaiQ for 8+ hours per day (each user) -
so we can beat that ;-)
>Furthermore, which is bad news, I am now maintaining my own version of the
>source code :(.... so that causes trouble ... but I didn't feel like I was getting much out
>of the small development community. I haven't made many changes, but
>it's just a matter of where I hook up the svn, and how I share with
>co-workers etc. I would be interested in answering questions or
>helping out in further development, if there is renewed interest in
That are really really bad news :-(
So whats about setting up a new joined svn on our project server?
I can give you a user account (SSH) so you get direct control over the
repository - the new svn server would get an address like:
Currently you can test the mirrored server (read only):
I could do the (unbeloved) merging task to get your and the public
subversion repository together.
What do you think about it?
Kind Regards from Northern Germany,
>Okay, I'm back on board! Let's start with your mirror, and I will
>merge in any changes I have.
The mirror is just read only - so please use the svn of sourceforge first,
if everything is merged, we can set up a completely new and clean
repository as svn://projects.3dh.de/haiq
The mirror currently is only used by the Trac system / the webinterface,
because Trac needs physical access to the repository files.
>I am currently checking out your repository, and compiling it.
>Then we can take it from there. One
>major issue is that the designer integration does not seem to be
>compatible with Qt4.5 (as Jose pointed out some time ago), so I guess
>I'll need to work on that at some point. For now I am still using
>Qt4.4.3. Which version are you using?
The last Qt version I used for building HaiQ fro productive usage was 4.4.3 -
but currently I'm working with 4.5.2 - with the same linker problems of
the designer plugin.
It seems that the new QMake has problems to build the DLL and it's
import library correctly - the import lib doesn't contain all classes.
If we cannot fix it in short time, I could try to solve it via the Qt commercial
support (I'm commercial customer).
Further I set up a new subversion repository containing the current revision
and a patched version of Jeremy (which I'll merge into the main revision
the next days). So this replaces the repository from sourceforge -
you have to check it out into a new/clean directory.
So here the new addresses:
To check in changes into the new repository you need new accounts -
please send me a mail with your wished username and password and
you'll get it asap.
If you want to post into the forum or help adding some content (it's all click & play),
just click on "Register" in the upper right corner. To get rights to change the
pages, just drop me a short mail.
Kind regards from Germany,
today I finished adding all of Jeremy's patches and added some
little chages, too.
@Jeremy: I added an icon for your build target "make install".
For more details just visit http://www.haiq-ide.org/
* new Blog (so posting news is much easier)
* eMail-Notification for new forum posts, ticket changes etc.
...everybody can see what changed in the sources + website by
going to "Timeline" => http://www.haiq-ide.org/haiq/timeline