What is kUimlRenderer?
kUimlRenderer aims to be a UIML renderer which displays interfaces with the QT Widget set. UIML stands for User Interface Markup Language. It is a W3C proposed standard, which allows specification of interface and behaviour separately from actual program logic. This allows the same program logic to be re-used on different platforms. For more information on UIML, see www.uiml.org.
How complete is kUimlRenderer?
kUimlRenderer is currently in development. At the moment, it supports creating (almost) all QT Widgets, and assigning almost of the properties of those widgets. It also supports basic event handling, although the < param> and < mparam> tags are not supported properly at the moment.
What do I need to use kUimlRenderer?
You need qt-2.1.1, and a decent C++ compiler with a good STL. I use GCC 2.95.2, and it works for me.
What license is kUimlRenderer released under?
kUimlRenderer is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
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