I am glad I got a chance to attend this year's Akademy. I wanted to understand how open-source orgs like KDE work and Akademy did help me understand it to some extent. There was a lot of excitement when I started my trip but the long flight and the heat wave had sucked all the … Continue reading My first Akademy
What Qt installer framework is ? Qt installer framework is a collection of tools that can be used to make installers on Linux, Windows and Mac . You can either use pre-built versions or compile it from source. There are other softwares like NSIS, installBuilder that can be used to make installers but I … Continue reading Distributing Qt application using Qt Installer framework
I will be attending my first Akademy this year and I am really excited about it. Thank you KDE e.V board for sponsoring me See you people soon!
My first KDE sprint. I am glad that It finally happened! A day before I left for Berlin, I did not even have my VISA. Well, everything from getting the VISA to booking the flight tickets and finally packing the bags happened a day before I left for Berlin We all landed in Berlin on … Continue reading KDE Edu Sprint 2017
Hello, this post will be about what all targets I completed , what's left and what I did during the last month. During the first two months I had ported 2 back ends to QProcess, which includes Lua and Qalculate. For the last month I was left with 2 more backends , which were R … Continue reading GSoC – Port of R to QProcess
Hi, it has been a bit long since I last wrote a blog about the status of my GSoC project. This has been majorly because I got a job and it has kept me busy ever since. Anyway, I managed to complete my second month target , mostly by working on weekends. Here's a quick … Continue reading GSoC- Port of Lua to QProcess
Hi There's a lot I did in the last 2 weeks and since I did not update the blog last week, this post is going to include last 2 week's progress. Before I begin with what I did, here's a quick review of what I was working on and what had been done. I started … Continue reading GSoC: Weekly Blog
Hi, this is going to be a quick review of what I did last week Just a little about how cantor works Cantor is divided in two main parts: Worksheets - An interface that allows user to interact with available back ends. Each worksheet is associated with one back end Back ends - Back ends … Continue reading GSoC – Weekly Blog
1 month of GSoC is already over and the coding period has officially begun. Here's a highlight of what I did and what I plan to do for this week Most of the time of community bonding period was spent giving college exams. By the time my exams got over, I only had a week … Continue reading QProcess Or KProcess ?
Cantor is an application which provides an interface for doing Mathematics and Scientific computations. For computing the results it makes use of different backends