Borland released on Sourceforge the source code for the Qt binding that comes
with Kylix 1. However, the source code of the binding that comes with Kylix 2 and 3 has
never been put into public space.
The Qt binding consists of a shared library libqtintf.so
which provides a bridge for Pascal to the C++ Qt shared library (libqt.so). The file
Qt.pas provides the header to this library and therefore defines
the contents of libqtintf. Using this information it was possible to transform
the FreeClx Qt 2.2.4 binding to a Qt 2.3.X binding while maintaining compatiblility with Kylix 3.
We hoped to enjoy the font aliasing that comes with Qt 2.3.2.
However we found out that when Font Aliasing is enabled, the Qt
library does not provides access to any bitmap fonts.
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Maybe in the future (if there is time) we could try to upgrade to Qt 3.X. But because a large
portion of our code base is written using CLX, we most probably would have to adapt CLX as well.
So we remain a little reluctant in starting this project.