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Java bindings for Qt

This package contains the Java classes necessary to run Java programs using the Java Qt bindings. Qt is a very popular GUI toolkit, used by the KDE desktop environment.

It also includes many example programs that make use of these bindings, plus many of the Qt Tutorial examples translated into Java.

This package is part of the official KDE bindings module.

Package version:4:3.5.10-1


Developing and using Qt based applications written in Java

This document explains how to develop and use Qt based programs
written in Java.  This is what the Qt java bindings from the package
libqt3-java are designed to accomplish.

Firstly, the bindings should work with any java compiler and VM
properly implementing the JNI interface, bu


This example program shows how to use

 - different types of buttons
 - different types of groupboxes

The buttons which are used are radiobuttons, checkboxes (also tristate checkboxes), 
normal pusbuttons and toggleable pushbuttons.
These buttons are seperated in four groups using groupboxes. The example shows how
to make a buttongroup totally exclusive (only one button can be checked), exclusive


The cursor sample program displays the predefined cursors and
creates a custom bitmap cursor.


The dclock program displays a digital LCD clock and can switch
between time and date.

See also the 


The connect program connects points with lines.  Drag the mouse
inside the widget and release it.  I


The forever program draws filled rectangles with random color and random
position and size.


Since the classic "hello world" program is too trivial in Qt, We made
this one - it draws the words 


The class MyMenuItem isn't translated to Java, as the QCustomMenuItem.paint()
and sizeHint() virtual

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