QtPyVCP New Tutorial

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25 Jan 2019 23:06 #124865 by BigJohnT
I've been working on a new tutorial for QtPyVCP and it's really very easy to build your VCP with this. This tutorial is for a small 800 x 600 touch screen.

qtpyvcp.kcjengr.com/tutorials/basic_vcp.html





JT
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31 Jan 2019 14:52 #125390 by pl7i92
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This might be the start of the needed Arduino interface to get Wlan machine Control

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28 Feb 2019 23:08 - 28 Feb 2019 23:18 #127368 by Grotius
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Bigjohn,

Qt has more power than Glade today. Glade is doing a question arround if you start glade 3.0 up. They ask you a couple of question's.
But i still believe in GTK3.
But Qt is more C++. I don't like C++ at the moment, maybe i like it when i know more about it. :evil:
The only benefit for me at the moment, it maybe has more opengl examples.

I see Qt is for free only when you use it open source when you install the gigabite package.
If you are paying they say you can ask money for your software.
That's not the linux stratagie is it?

More and more companies are trying to make profit of the open source linux systems.
Is linux becoming bigger then pre installed window's 10? :S

Was America involved by providing windows secret codes into the Stuxnet virus with the democraty of Israel to demolish the
Iran nuclear reactor's? :lol:

Linux is power !!! Trump has a red button.
I've been working on a new tutorial for QtPyVCP
Old main frames are fun too !!! Old logic is not the new logic. In the past it was 8 bit. So easy to solve.
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01 Mar 2019 00:15 #127372 by Leon82
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It does make it easy to make one.
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01 Mar 2019 00:54 #127376 by tommylight
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Grotius wrote: In the past it was 8 bit. So easy to solve.

8088 was 8 bit
8086 was 16 bit
If i remember correctly. Had both of them, then ! And a Z80 and a 6502...... I am OLD !!! :)
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01 Mar 2019 01:03 #127378 by Leon82
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tommylight wrote:

Grotius wrote: In the past it was 8 bit. So easy to solve.

8088 was 8 bit
8086 was 16 bit
If i remember correctly. Had both of them, then ! And a Z80 and a 6502...... I am OLD !!! :)


My pappy got a Lazer 8088. I think it had 4 Meg of ram.
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01 Mar 2019 12:53 #127406 by andypugh
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Leon82 wrote: My pappy got a Lazer 8088. I think it had 4 Meg of ram.


More likely to be 4k or RAM.

My first computer had 1k of RAM, but you could buy a 16k RAM pack the size of a packet of cigarettes.

Now compare that to a 128GB micro-SD...

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