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    Default Qt 5 For Your Web Applications In The Browser

    Phoronix: Qt 5 For Your Web Applications In The Browser

    A Nokia developer shared this week that his Qt 5.0 patch-set for Google Native Client is roughly on par with the Qt4 port, which he hopes to have integrated for upstream development in Qt5. This work allows for the Qt5 tool-kit to be used by web applications within supported web-browsers...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTAzMzQ

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    native-client FTW!

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    Wow!!!!! I really can't wait to see this in action!

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    Wrong! NaCl is going to use LLVM bytecode in the end, so it will be totally platform agnostic. They are supporting this new approach in latest code.

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    According to Gentoo, NaCl isn't Free Software. E.g. look at license number 5 in http://sources.gentoo.org/cgi-bin/vi...SS?view=markup This license is clearly non-free and a few other licenses have some problems too.

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