[Interest] Looking for third party Qt libraries

Sze Howe Koh szehowe.koh at gmail.com
Mon Oct 7 16:21:00 CEST 2013

A few months ago I started recording the libraries/classes that I came
across. Here's what I got:

QDbf: https://code.google.com/p/qdbf/
QSerialPort: http://sourceforge.net/projects/qserialport/ (NOT the
official Qt 5 module)
QextSerialPort: http://sourceforge.net/projects/qextserialport/
QtComPort: http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/?content=142378
QWebSocket: https://github.com/KurtPattyn/QWebSockets
QJsonRpc: https://bitbucket.org/devonit/qjsonrpc
QtKOAuth (a.k.a. kQOAuth): http://www.johanpaul.com/blog/kqoauth/
QtitanRibbon: http://freecode.com/projects/qtitanribbon
QtGamepad: https://github.com/nezticle/qtgamepad
QtSpeech: http://lynxline.com/projects/qtspeech/
QtGoogleSpeech: https://github.com/niqt/QtGoogleSpeech
QtGStreamer: http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/modules/qt-gstreamer.html
QCustomPlot: http://www.qcustomplot.com/
QtLua: http://www.nongnu.org/libqtlua/
QScintilla: http://www.riverbankcomputing.com/software/qscintilla/intro

(Hmm... with all the "Q" and "Qt" prefixes floating around, it might
be hard for a newcomer to know what's an official module and what's


On 7 October 2013 22:02, Andrea Franceschini <therealmorpheu5 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Looks like qtuiotouch https://github.com/dancasimiro/qtuiotouch is
> missing as well.
> Thanks for this archive, I think we all know the frustrating feeling
> when it comes to this sort of things.
> 2013/10/7 Jonathan Greig <redteam316 at gmail.com>:
>> I didn't see Qtuio listed: http://qtuio.sirbabyface.net/
>> On Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 4:43 AM, Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher at kde.org>
>> wrote:
>>> We all know that Qt is great, but we also know that it can't possibly
>>> cover
>>> all use cases. Fortunately there are plenty of third party libraries based
>>> on
>>> Qt, which fill a lot of gaps, so you don't have to develop everything
>>> yourself.
>>> Finding these 3rd party Qt libraries can be a challenge, though. To
>>> address
>>> this we started a project to create a curated archive of all relevant
>>> Qt-based
>>> libraries some time ago (you may want to think of that as CPAN for Qt).
>>> We have reached a state now, where the necessary infrastructure is there,
>>> and
>>> it's starting to become useful for production use. You can find the web
>>> site
>>> at
>>>     http://inqlude.org
>>> To make this information more complete, I would like to give this a
>>> focused
>>> push now. My goal is to get all relevant Qt-based libraries listed by end
>>> of
>>> the week.
>>> So I'm looking for 3rd party Qt libraries.
>>> Are you releasing a Qt-based library? Do you know of libraries, which
>>> aren't
>>> listed yet?
>>> If you do please get in contact with me and let me know what's still
>>> missing.
>>> You can also create patches for the meta data, which the web site is based
>>> on.
>>> You'll find instructions on the web site.
>>> If you want to get involved with the project you can also subscribe to our
>>> mailing list inqlude at kde.org at
>>> https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/inqlude.
>>> Inqlude is meant to be open to allow everybody to participate on the same
>>> level. The infrastructure is free software. It's run by the KDE community,
>>> but
>>> we intend to cover the full Qt spectrum.
>>> Let's make this a place, where Qt developers can easily find and get
>>> access to
>>> the full power of the Qt ecosystem.
>>> If you have any comments or suggestions, don't hesitate to contact me.

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