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- Nov 12 2016, 4:23 PM (52 w, 6 d)
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Oct 7 2017
Remove "rserver_interface.h" as it is not needed anymore
Aug 27 2017
Do not explicitly add 'return' to the commands given by the user.
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Jun 30 2017
@filipesaraiva Variable management has been ported too but it needs refinement.
I have made the changes and If everything looks good to you, I'll push the changes
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Jun 25 2017
Most of them were related to commenting out the debug statements. Do you think we should keep the debug statements for now ?
I will address the rest of them ASAP.
Jun 18 2017
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May 31 2017
Hello @filipesaraiva , I started the port of Qalculate. I have created a diff here https://phabricator.kde.org/differential/diff/15019/
May 30 2017
Hi @filipesaraiva , yes the blog post got a bit delayed. I just updated it with what I did recently and my plans for this week
May 26 2017
I have named the branch as 'scilab_port', is this okay ? or do you want me to change it to 'qprocess_port'?
May 25 2017
So, I decided to port Scilab to QProcess and see if everything works fine. Porting was not difficult as most of the functions of KProcess library used by Scilab are same in QProcess. I tested it against several commands including Plot commands, and everything worked fine.
May 22 2017
QProcess and KProcess are not very different. KProcess just extends QProcess by adding some extra functionality and overriding some of the QProcess functions.
A few of the extra functionalities offered by KProcess:
- overloaded the operator "<<" that lets users add command line arguments , the same can be achieved using QProcess using QProcess::setArguments()
- KProcess::execute() which is the equivalent of sequence QProcess::start() and waitForFinished()
May 20 2017
Definitely. This will be really helpful.
I started forming approach about how to port Qalculate back end but could not do much due to exams. I am trying to clear up all the TODO stuff from by buffer so that they do not hinder later during coding period. Will try to update the blog ASAP
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- Indentation Issues
- Correct Library Version
- Use QLatinString without the arguments
Mar 31 2017
Mar 14 2017
Most activities use datasets for defining excercises they present to the user. The formats of these datasets are mostly specific to a single activity, at best few activities share a common format dataset (like wordlists). Some activities load their data from external files, many define them internally. dataset handling design.