[clug-talk] PerlQt fast programming gets even faster for beginners
osgnuru at gmail.com
Fri Apr 17 22:35:30 PDT 2009
Hello everyone. I really like programming in PerlQt. It is so fast and easy.
In fact all my smaller GUI projects now are done in PerlQt and I only use Qt
C++ for the larger projects. I want to get more people interested in PerlQt
and because it is so easy I think this is a good way to get people
interested in programming. I am looking for some class room space to setup
an event where I give people a crash course in programming with PerlQt. I am
also thinking of setting up a Wiki to create a tutorial on how to code with
PerlQt. I don't want to host it my self, I would like to find a Wiki hosting
site that lets people setup pages for free. Can anyone recommend a site?
This was posted to the Radados.org site this week.
PerlQt is a very easy to use programming tool that is powerful enough for
advanced developers and now it super easy for beginners as well.
Radados developers have created a PerlQt project manager that makes it very
easy to learn the starting steps of computer programming by reducing the
complex steps of project creation to a few simple buttons. This tool does
not teach anyone how to program in Perl or C++ with Qt but it does enable
users to explore their possibilities with out feeling intimidated by the
complexities that PerlQt is handling for them automatically in the
Radados users can install it using synaptic search for the package name *
radados-perlqt*. PerlQt can be made available for other Linux system and for
Windows(cygwin) but the Radados install is the easiest way to get up and
going in a mater of seconds. Radados users will have a new PerlQt icon on
their ViceWM desktop or can start the project manager by running PerlQt.pl.
If you do not have Radados but want to use the PerlQt project manager you
will need to install perlqt and it may go by different names such as
libqt-perl or lib-perlqt. You should install the statically linked version
of perlqt to avoid dependency issues.
You will also need to install the Qt3 designer and the Qt3 documentation. If
you create a package for another version of Linux please send me a copy.
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