25 Jun 2008, 18:04
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Brandon Zylstra (5 posts)

This might be very interesting, if it weren’t so out of date. I’d love to see support for Qt 4.4 and Windows.

08 Jul 2008, 11:26
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Simone Tolotti (2 posts)

I agree with Brandon, it should be updated to Qt4.

09 Sep 2008, 14:55
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Edson César Cunha de Oliveira (1 post)

Me too!

02 Mar 2009, 23:22
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Frank Butter (1 post)

I bought the book and unfortunately found out about the lack of Qt4 features too late. Targeting beginners in this topic, it should be made very clear that current releases are not supported. Or maybe just update it ;-)

09 Aug 2009, 03:31
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Carl Graff (12 posts)

Yes I would buy as well if Qt4 support was there along with integrating the output of rbuic4.

14 Sep 2009, 16:37
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Worajedt Sitthidumrong (1 post)

At the time I’ve bought the book. It’s not smooth and can’t follow the book to do what I need. Then gave up.

If it’ll be updated for the current version of Qt lib (v 4.5?) It’d be good. I’ll buy the full book again.

08 Nov 2009, 07:44
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Simone Tolotti (2 posts)

Please update the book for QT4. I’ll surely buy this book!

04 Mar 2011, 13:35
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Ronnie Martins (4 posts)

Have any of you tried qtbindings? It’s a fork of QTRuby, that supposedly works better on Windows. https://github.com/ryanmelt/qtbindings http://rubygems.org/gems/qtbindings

03 Nov 2011, 09:45
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Colin Grant (1 post)

Another vote for Qt4 version of this - I’ll buy it, especially if the Qt Spreadsheet is covered.

02 May 2012, 21:03
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Paul Archer (2 posts)

Ditto. QT4 and I’ll buy it.

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