This is my first serious program written with Qt 4.X.To be honest, it`s my first serious project at all :).
Piq is just little application which can display quick information about Your adresses (internal LAN IP, broadcast or mac).Program scans Your host for all possible network interfaces, so You don`t have to type anything. Piq works in system tray, You can close its window and it will be still running. Moreover it can show Your public IP if You are NAT-user or something similar. This feature is very useful if You are some net-gamer and there are a bunch of line edits to quickly and easy copying necessary data.
Of course there are plenty of application which can the same thing but I`m almost sure that Piq is smallest, fastest ang most light :)
I`ve almost forgotten. My project-motto: "It is good to have an ace up one`s sleeve. An ace like a Piq .."
Just have fun to use it, read and modifying source code.
HOW TO COMPILE & RUN:
1. If you already got *.pro file just type:
Make sure that there is the *.PRO file in Your source code directory. Later You just click on binary file or type:
where "binaryfile" is the name of compiled program.
2. I you don`t have the *.pro file or something failed make sure You already have installed Qt libraries. Then type this (everything in Your Source code directory):
On Debian/Ubuntu type:
Quote: press Tab and Enter
At the end type this:
Binary, compiled package and some debs for Debian and Ubuntu are comming soon.
PS: I would like to apologise for my English, I know it isn`t the best one.
8 years ago
*In version 0.3 there is multi-tab (Advanced tab) which shows public IP
*Fixed some troubles with debuging messages
*Some housekeeping job with source code, You know variables and comments :)