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Heinz van Saanen

Zhu3D

Science Apr 18 2013
Score 63%
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Zhu3D

Science Apr 18 2013
Score 83%
83 Likes
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CLedit

Developer Tools Jun 03 2010
Score 50%
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Zhu3D

Science 49 comments

Score 83%
83 Likes
17 Dislikes
Apr 18 2013
Thank you form the rpm, thidney. The link could not be changed from my side. At least the link never changes and is always stable:-)

Kind regards, Heinz - Jan 03 2009
just to inform you: one of the affected zhu-users sent a bug-report to novell. you can find it, the following discussion and a bug-acceptance under:

https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=368834

i am still not shure, whether novell or trolltech is the "bad guy" to blame. but it seems quite obvious, that zhu-code is not involved.

kind regards, heinz - Mar 13 2008
at the moment i am quite sure it's not a zhu-problem. a few days ago a user reported this strange stuff too. we tracked this down with virtually the same configurations, but one difference: mine worked, his not.

then i remembered, that i had similar nvidia troubles in october, until i updated manually. this worked for him too.

really strange is, that the opengl-stuff seems to work. until you compile by yourself. in at least 2 certified cases this happend for the qt4 hellogl-example too.

have a look at install.txt. there you will find a cross-table of tested and proved configurations.

kind regards, heinz - Mar 12 2008
nvidia+drivers from the repo? for good reasons i added the following hint to the latest readme:

openSUSE 10.3 seems to fail with NVIDIA-drivers from the repository. Just install the driver manually instead, what fixes the quirks.

hope this helps, heinz - Mar 12 2008
Do the OpenGL-examples from Qt 4.3.3 work or can you re-compile them? Then you have a valid install.

Maybe it is the best, you email me your makefile produced by qmake. - Dec 13 2007
Hello Michael,

64-Bit is definitly not the reason and the make command looks quite healthy. I guess, it is the Qt-designer, where Trolltech has built in some new functions depending on Qt 4.3.

With other words: updating to a newer Qt should quite likely solve the problem. - Dec 12 2007
Only one clue. Maybe you are using the "wrong" qmake for Qt 3.x. You can check this with:

qmake -query "QT_INSTALL_PREFIX" - Oct 01 2007
Thank you for your nice comment. I will give back the roses immediately. I compiled your brandnew version and found the improvements very exciting!

Kind regards, Heinz - Nov 27 2006
A amd64-keyword has to be added by the Gentoo-packagers. I somehow wonder that this build is still running, because it is based on a "ancient" 2.3 version. If anything should be odd, compile it by yourself, where you can add the flags easily too. Regards, Heinz - Nov 23 2006
Thank you for the encouraging comment and for packaging of course.

Regards, Heinz van Saanen - Nov 21 2006
No. For rendering I used a QPixmap, which should work fine in older verions too. - Aug 03 2006
Add Qt4.0) This was the initial release and is one year old. So an update will not harm:-) Quite sure it works from 4.01 or so.

Ad Fonts) I tried this out now. Indeed Qt is quite unimpressed, when changing font-sizes. I will consider this in a future release. For now, add this in main.cpp (after the initialisation!) and change the pixelsize to your needs:

// Set fontsize
QFont sysFont=QApplication::font();
sysFont.setPixelSize(14);
QApplication::setFont(sysFont); - Aug 01 2006
Ad qmake) Of course someone has to use the "right" qmake. I made some additional notes to this in the install.txt of the next release now. Who feels unsecure should check "his" version with qmake --version

Ad QT += opengl) If your observation is right and you can confirm this, make a bugreport to Trolltech. But anyhow I can't really believe this. This is a very central point and against all official docs. Using 4.0 to 4.1.4 and all in between I never faced this penomenon.

And of course: thank you for your friendly vote :-)

- Jul 30 2006
Last year I used Qt4.0, 4.0x and gcc3, later all 4.1.x, actually I use Qt 4.1.4 and gcc4, so virtually all combinations. Take a look in your mail. I sent you my Makefile. Maybe this will help you. - Jul 28 2006
Nice idea to make packages. Of course I will try to support this effort. As I am not a package-expert at all, I will mail you some questions. Maybe I find a solution, which is useful for RPM- or deb-packagers too with your help.

When it comes to version 1.4, I would ask you to check it out, before it goes online. - Jul 28 2006
I still think your Qt4-installation is somehow broken. E.g I checked my system for uic and found it just named 'uic' for both Qt3 and Qt4. Not 'uic-qt4' or something else mentioned above. I cannot imagine, that Trolltech delivers just a Debian-special version. - Jul 28 2006
You never should have to edit the Makefile by yourself. When Qt4 is installed properly, it should produce this automatically after the 'qmake'. I tested this on 4 different OS's and see no good reason why it should not work for Debian. - Jul 28 2006
There are no dependencies on different Linux-distributions, not even on different OS's. The only exception are some lines of assembler-code for Mac-OS X, but this has absolutely nothing to do with the Makefile.

The latter is not generated by Zhu3D, it is generated by Qt4.x. So I guess, you have some quirk with your Qt-installation.

Why you can't edit your Makefile? Apart from that this is not neccessary, I have no idea. Maybe check your system-permissions.

When you want me to help you, send me an e-mail. But revise your infos and be a little more specific. - Jul 27 2006
I took a quick look on Sourceforge. To be honest, the procedure seemed quite complicated to me at a first glance. Maybe when there is more time I will check this out in future. But maybe it does no harm, when Windows-users are installing Qt4 for the first time :-)

Currently I prefer using my spare time for further improvements for the Linux-people. If you are interested, watch out for the new Zhu3D-version, which is coming soon and first time supports transparency.

Thanks for your suggestion, Heinz



- Jul 25 2006
Qrypto

Security 12 comments

Score 55%
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Mar 29 2010
Hello,

add the line:

LIBS += -lcryptopp

to the pro-file. Then Qrypto will compile AND link :-)


Regards, Heinz - Jan 02 2009
Qosmic

Graphics & Photography 27 comments

by simpl
Score 74%
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Oct 24 2011
Compiling for 64 bit gives a small error:

src/renderthread.cpp: In member function ‘void RenderThread::render(RenderRequest*)’:
src/renderthread.cpp:425: error: cast from ‘RenderRequest*’ to ‘uint’ loses precision

To correct this, just replace (uint) with (long) and it compiles flawlessly. Funny application! - Feb 18 2008