This here is a simple sample of what my Qt Creator Zen Burn theme looks like and is not so much a write-up as it is a redirect since all the reading you might need to do is already available from the download link: Enjoy!
The fun is over, you've written your Qt 5.x application, compiled it for Ubuntu and it is time to deploy your software to a vanilla box (a PC without any Qt libraries on it), how do you go about it? I spent quite some time struggling with this problem so now that I have finally … Continue reading Deploying Qt 5 Applications on Ubuntu 12.04
Some time ago I decided to take a few of the C++11 features for a spin on Ubuntu 12.04, but the default Clang version for this distro (3.06) wasn't good enough so I decided to build from source. I ended up following these instructions to the letter and it was a walk in the park...until I … Continue reading Very Slow Clang Build Times
I've been playing around with capturing screencasts on Ubuntu 12.04 and since I found the process slightly more complicated than expected, I thought I would document it here for future reference. The procedure I followed was to start by downloading and installing the following software: recordmydesktop Arista Transcoder OpenShot Video Editor There are numerous forums … Continue reading Screencasts on Ubuntu