arnold at roederberg.dyndns.org
Sat Mar 19 23:07:10 UTC 2005
On Saturday 19 March 2005 19:12, Lars Luthman wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-03-16 at 17:39 +0100, Arnold Krille wrote:
> > Maybe we could join forces for an liblo-Qt-class?
> > Which timeframe are we talking about?
> Why a Qt class? A generic C++ implementation would probably be useful to
> lots of other projects too.
Because Qt rulez! ;-)
No, imho one of the main advantages is Qt's Signal/Slot mechanism and my
current implementation has come so far that I can send and receive OSC
messages with one argument (of type QVariant) via signals and slots.
These can be connected to whatever signals and slots one might think of (if
the number of arguments is the same) so this make the classes usable in other
projects without subclassing just by creating the objects and some
"connect( bla, blub)" lines.
For more see the source:
or the nightly build after these changes:
BTW: For more usefulness of the server-class I will subclass it nonetheless...
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