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Mehdi Salem Naraghi Bremen, Germany

QRegExp-Editor

Developer Tools Mar 20 2012
Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes

bombtrajectory

Qt Stuff Apr 19 2010
Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes

Eight Queens

Qt Stuff Feb 17 2010
Score 52%
52 Likes
48 Dislikes
QTermWidget

Qt Widgets 33 comments

Score 70%
70 Likes
30 Dislikes
Mar 20 2009
AFAIK, Konsole is based on the kpart module. - Apr 14 2011
But isn't the stuff already based on kparts? So it shouldn't be that much hassle to update those files you have already taken from KParts. I'll take a look at it later on since I need a Qt based terminal emulator for MeeGo.

Regards
- Mehdi - Apr 14 2011
Hi,
is the project still alive? Seems like it hasn't been updated since 2008 which is a tremendously long time in the FOSS universe. :-)
Is there a chance you'll bring the stuff in sync with the latest KPart terminal module?

Regards
- Mehdi - Apr 13 2011
QRegExp-Editor

Developer Tools 15 comments

Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes
Mar 20 2012
Hi,
first of all thank you for using QRegExp-Editor and your feedback. We'll look into the issue shortly.

Recently we set up a project page for QRegExp-Editor on sourceforge. It can be found here:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/qregexp-editor
The bugtracker is already working and I would appreciate if you create a proper bug report there, so we have it documented and can track it and notify you when it is resolved. You can also make feature-requests there.

It would also be important to know which version of QRegExp-Editor the bug pertains to. You should always try out the latest stable version. There are currently no installers for Windows but this will change in the next few days.

Best regards - Feb 18 2011
Hi,
unfortunately there is no mailing list since I didn't expect any feedback.

Regarding the issue, I couldn't reproduce it (which does not mean that there is no issue) so it would be kind if you tell me which version of Qt you are using.

I'll change the code and add qDebug() instructions so the matches can be written to the console. That would give us some useful hints as to where to find the bug.

I'll also send you a private message with my email address and messenger ID's so we can debug this together if you like :-).

Best regards
- Mehdi Salem Naraghi. - Jun 08 2010
Hi,
first of all thanks for reporting the bug. The crash is due to your regexp matching the empty string, so a regular expression like [te]? would lead to an infinite loop since it will match 1 or _zero_ occurrences of t or e. Here is a minimal compiling example showing that:

#include <QtCore>
#include <QDebug>

int main()
{
QRegExp rx("[te]?");
QString text("text");
int pos = 0;
int loopCnt = 0;
while((pos = rx.indexIn(text, pos)) != -1) {
Q_ASSERT(loopCnt++ < 10);
qDebug() << "pos:" << pos << " cap(0):" << rx.cap(0) << " len:" << rx.matchedLength();
pos += rx.matchedLength();
}
}

Of course this shouldn't crash this application so I fixed that bug. Now if you happen to match the empty string the application will abort evaluating the regexp and display a warning to make you aware of that. - May 18 2010
Hi,
thanks for the feedback. Unfortunately you didn't provide enough information for me to reproduce the crash. I've just tested this text:
5.3cm 422inch 76 89.3
21.256 3.4CM

98756456789756746574897456465465.45676MM
8.4?

against this regexp:
(\d+(\.\d+)?)(cm|inch|mm)?(?:\?)?

but this didn't result in a crash even though there are plenty of ? signs in there. Here is the result: http://img17.imageshack.us/img17/223/regexpeditor.jpg

It would be very kind if you provided one or two use-cases where the application crashes on your system (that is the regexp and the parsed text) so I can verify that bug and hopefully debug the app.

Thanks in advance - May 17 2010
Qtilities Libraries

Qt Components 1 comment

Score 59%
59 Likes
41 Dislikes
Jun 14 2013
Hi,
the project seems to be licensed under GPL. I think LGPL should also be added to the list of licenses if that is not the case yet. LGPL suits libs very well and would increase the adoption of Qtilities.

Best regards - Oct 08 2010
QNothing

Qt Stuff 7 comments

Score 51%
51 Likes
49 Dislikes
Dec 30 2009
Very useful app. - Jan 02 2010
Crystal

KDE 3.x Window Decorations 542 comments

Score 74%
74 Likes
26 Dislikes
Feb 01 2009
Can it be modified, so that it will use real transparency? That would make it rock!!! - Jan 11 2006
I wished it would support real transparency.
:(
Well, maybe with the dawn of KDE4 ... - Jan 10 2006
Crystal-GL

KDE 3.x Window Decorations 175 comments

Score 73%
73 Likes
27 Dislikes
Jan 26 2005
Real translucency combined with the Crystal window decoration would really be a terrific piece of eyecandy!

Since I first saw the crystal windec on a friend's desktop many months ago (I think real transluceny was not even supported on X then), I have been waiting for the crystal theme to support real Translucency.
Not seeing the windows beneath the Crystal-windowdecoration-frame opposes its very purpose, since this is to immitate the natural behaviour of Glas.

I will not use crystal until it supports real translucency but when it does, I will switch to it and never look back!!! - Apr 20 2005
Real translucency combined with the Crystal window decoration would really be a terrific piece of eyecandy!

Since I first saw the crystal theme on a friend's Desktop many months ago (I think real transluceny was not even supported on X then), I have been waiting for the crystal theme to support real Translucency.
Not seeing the windows beneath the Crystal-windowdecoration-frame opposes its very purpose, since this is to immitate the natural behaviour of Glas.

I will not use crystal until it supports real translucency but when it does, I will switch to it and never look back!!! - Apr 20 2005
SignalOS Cursors

Cursors 19 comments

Score 65%
65 Likes
35 Dislikes
May 11 2003
Hi, I got the same problem with the SignalOS cursors. They look quite good but they are too big. I changed the value of ~/.Xresources to .Xcursor.size: 32 and other values but it didn't have any impact on the acutal size. I even explicitly added
xrdb $HOME/.Xresources to the ~/.xinitrc file in order to make X look for the cursor resources defined in .Xresources but it didn't help either.
So, is anyone outthere who has been able to manage this cursers to become smaller in some way? and if yes, then How?

please email me at momesana@yahoo.de or vp_admin@virtualpersia.org.

thanks in advance, momesana! - Jul 26 2003