[GLLUG] Next/future meetings: What do people want?
Tue, 16 Jul 2002 16:22:35 -0400
On Tuesday 16 July 2002 15:36, after a long battle with technology,
> On 16 Jul 2002 at 14:51, Matt Graham wrote:
> > For next meeting, we've got the "introduction to vi" presentation
> > lined up. Is there anything else that people would like for this
> > or future meetings? Here are some things that I can speak on... I
> > encourage others to post things that they can speak on, then if we
> > have a good range of topics, we can have a vote or something.
> I can speak on Qt programming and probably a more general
> 'using KDE' kind of talk. I get nervous if there are lots of people
> though :)
Qt programming sounds good to me, at least. I've never had the time to
think much about GUI programming in Linux.
Would you be approaching it from KDevelop or from emacs? Yes, I know
emacs is the way to go, but I've been using VC++ for about 2 years now
and have gotten used to some of its features (type "pointer_to_class->"
and you see a dropdown list of all the functions you can call, great
when working with large projects with hundreds of different classes;
select a variable or class name and right-click, choose "Go to
definition of <FOO>"; etcetera.) KDevelop looks interesting, wish I
could play with it for a bit right now.
Stupidity got us into this mess--why can't it get us out?
There is no Darkness in Eternity/But only Light too dim for us to see