Life has been pretty hectic lately. But I am finally getting around to porting lfhex to Qt 4.0. This is my second 3.x to 4.x port and I have to say that it is a real pain. This one is made more difficult because I am also porting the build system to use qmake. It should be easy, but the source includes Flex/Bison source which only seems remotely supported by qmake.
I expect to finish the port and testing within the week!
Over the last couple years I have gotten hooked on photography. Digital in particular. If you take a ton of pictures eventually you realize you need a workflow and a way of managing the amount of data you are creating.
I use PHP embedded in my Drupal content. This can cause problems with mod_security ("Internal server error", number 500).
The problem is that Drupal sends Edit content back to the server via the POST method. If your content has <?php> in it then it will probably get flagged as a security error.
If your hosting provider allows .htaccess overides then you can add lines to get arround the default rules. However, the security considerations are considerable. And as I have been recently reminded, I am not a security expert. Therefore instead of giving recomendations, here is the authoritative reference for mod_security.
Most modern table widgets are displayed with alternating colors to help visually distinguish between rows.
Qt 4 makes this stoopid simple for you by providing QTableWidget::setAlternatingColors(). However in Qt 3.x you have to roll your own. Read on for discussion and sample implementation.