OpenPie!

With the advent of Wayland Gnome-Pie will slowly die. OpenPie is my new concept for bringing (pie-) menus to the Linux desktop. In this post I will give a motivation and describe the planned software architecture.

OpenPie!

With the advent of Wayland Gnome-Pie will slowly die. OpenPie is my new concept for bringing (pie-) menus to the Linux desktop. In this post I will give a motivation and describe the planned software architecture.

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C++11 Properties!

Based on the signal class from the previous post we can implement a class which holds a value and notifies anyone who’s interested in value changes.

C++11 Properties!

Based on the signal class from the previous post we can implement a class which holds a value and notifies anyone who’s interested in value changes.

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C++11 Signals and Slots!

I’ve been asked multiple times how I would implement a signal / slot mechanism in modern C++. Here is the answer!

C++11 Signals and Slots!

I’ve been asked multiple times how I would implement a signal / slot mechanism in modern C++. Here is the answer!

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PPA with CMake!

When I first wanted to create a PPA for Ubuntu, it was a pain. It was barely documented, unnecessarily complex and — the worst thing of all — if there was a tutorial, it employed rather old build tools and no guide covered code generated with CMake.

PPA with CMake!

When I first wanted to create a PPA for Ubuntu, it was a pain. It was barely documented, unnecessarily complex and — the worst thing of all — if there was a tutorial, it employed rather old build tools and no guide covered code generated with CMake.

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