July 24, 2010

shlin shlin
Lab Rat
1 posts

Class Chart for Qt C++ Framework

 

I found the Class Chart from Trolltech: http://doc.trolltech.com/3.0/classchart.html [doc.trolltech.com].
This is a graphical framework for Qt 3.x version with very low image resolution.
It’s pity that Nokia Qt didn’t release the new version (Qt 4.7) of Class Chart with high resolution.
The Class Chart will be helpful to teachers while teaching Qt programming.
It is also very useful for programmers while learning Qt.

Could Forum Nokia draw the Qt Framework (Class Chart) for us.

Thanks.

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July 24, 2010

Zlatomir Zlatomir
Hobby Entomologist
361 posts

The latest is for 4.3 chart [doc.trolltech.com]

And it look like there wont be any other, because Qt has grown to much.

Any way the documentation gives you all the classes [doc.trolltech.com] and it’s easier to use then a chart (in my opinion)

July 24, 2010

shlin shlin
Lab Rat
1 posts

I need the class chart to give students an brief overview of the Qt Framework. And this version is enough to me.

I know the classes documents are very detailed and can be good references while programming some specific classes.

Although this is not the latest version, any way, thanks.

August 10, 2010

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Ant Farmer
1481 posts

thanks zlatomir, the 4.3 chart was very good, i have a printout of it now on my desk .. this chart should be kept up to date, even if very large — it could always be split into some logical/modular sections …

August 12, 2010

QtK QtK
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1140 posts

We need to have an updated chart.

December 3, 2010

xsacha xsacha
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Zlatomir wrote:
And it look like there wont be any other, because Qt has grown to much.

Sorry to hijack this. But how about a QML Type Chart?
It definitely hasn’t outgrown a chart.
It should look similar, but smaller.

Is there anything like this?

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December 3, 2010

Deleted Member # 4a2 Deleted Member # 4a2
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xsacha wrote:
Zlatomir wrote:
And it look like there wont be any other, because Qt has grown to much.

Sorry to hijack this. But how about a QML Type Chart?
It definitely hasn’t outgrown a chart.
It should look similar, but smaller.

Is there anything like this?

not to my knowledge, but it’ll be great if anyone can start creating a reference chart and put it up here :)

December 23, 2010

Immii Immii
Lab Rat
239 posts

i wish if some one could write one Qml program which gives whole Qt class chart with little animation of relation ship of each class like inheritance and container ship of something like that. That would be really cool.

December 23, 2010

Gerolf Gerolf
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3254 posts

As the idea is good, take the chellange and try it :) If you succeed, all will be very thankful, I’m sure :)

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December 24, 2010

fcrochik fcrochik
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Immii wrote:
i wish if some one could write one Qml program which gives whole Qt class chart with little animation of relation ship of each class like inheritance and container ship of something like that. That would be really cool.

If it makes any easier I will take w/o the animations! :)

p.s. I printed the chart but have to say that I will need glasses before I can read any of it… :(

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