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Fix inadvertent renaming and typos.

bug/266/move-to-usr
Darrell Anderson 9 years ago
parent
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fb4b5d2a55
  1. 2
      INSTALL
  2. 14
      kalyptus/kalyptus
  3. 2
      kdejava/AUTHORS
  4. 2
      kdejava/INSTALL
  5. 4
      kdejava/koala/kdejava/Job.cpp
  6. 4
      kdejava/koala/kdejava/SimpleJob.cpp
  7. 4
      kdejava/koala/kdejava/TDEHTMLView.cpp
  8. 2
      kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/HTMLQuoteElement.java
  9. 6
      kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/Job.java
  10. 2
      kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/KAnimWidget.java
  11. 2
      kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/KSpellConfig.java
  12. 4
      kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/Range.java
  13. 4
      kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/SimpleJob.java
  14. 12
      kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/TDECModule.java
  15. 8
      kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/TDECModuleSignals.java
  16. 4
      kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/TDEHTMLView.java
  17. 16
      kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/TDEShortcut.java
  18. 6
      kdejava/koala/test/khelpers/KHelpers.java
  19. 2
      kdejava/koala/test/tdeioslave/KioslaveTest.java
  20. 2
      kjsembed/Doxyfile-Internal
  21. 2
      kjsembed/bindwizard/Doxyfile.in
  22. 2
      kjsembed/docs/ChangeLog
  23. 2
      kjsembed/docs/embedding/simple-embed/README
  24. 2
      kjsembed/docs/examples/html2text/test.htm
  25. 2
      kjsembed/docs/examples/imageinfo/example.html
  26. 2
      kjsembed/docs/examples/imageinfo/imagegallery.js
  27. 2
      kjsembed/docs/examples/imageinfo/thumbs.html
  28. 2
      kjsembed/docs/tutorial/kjsembed.html
  29. 2
      kjsembed/tools/Doxyfile
  30. 2
      korundum/AUTHORS
  31. 2
      korundum/rubylib/examples/kludgeror.rb
  32. 2
      korundum/rubylib/templates/annotated/systray1.rb
  33. 2
      qtjava/AUTHORS
  34. 2
      qtjava/INSTALL
  35. 40
      qtjava/javalib/examples/qwerty/ANSI_X3.110-1983.map
  36. 32
      qtjava/javalib/examples/qwerty/IBM277.map
  37. 2
      qtjava/javalib/examples/widgets/WidgetView.java
  38. 2
      qtruby/AUTHORS
  39. 2
      qtruby/INSTALL
  40. 4
      qtruby/rubylib/examples/ruboids/ruboids/Graphics.rb
  41. 2
      smoke/kde/qtguess.pl.in
  42. 2
      smoke/qt/qtguess.pl.in

2
INSTALL

@ -159,7 +159,7 @@ operates.
`--help'
Print a summary of the options to `configure', and exit.
`--tquiet'
`--quiet'
`--silent'
`-q'
Do not print messages saying which checks are being made.

14
kalyptus/kalyptus

@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ use kdocParseDoc;
use vars qw/ %rootNodes $declNodeType @includes_list %options @formats_wanted $allow_k_dcop_accessors
@includeclasses $includeclasses $skipInternal %defines $defines $match_qt_defines
$libdir $libname $outputdir @libs $parse_global_space $qt_embedded $qt4 $striphpath $doPrivate $readstdin
$Version $tquiet $debug $debuggen $parseonly $currentfile $cSourceNode $exe
$Version $quiet $debug $debuggen $parseonly $currentfile $cSourceNode $exe
%formats %flagnames @allowed_k_dcop_accesors $allowed_k_dcop_accesors_re $rootNode
@classStack $cNode $globalSpaceClassName
$lastLine $docNode @includes $cpp $defcppcmd $cppcmd $docincluded
@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ $includeclasses = "";
$doPrivate = 0;
$Version = "0.9";
$tquiet = 0;
$quiet = 0;
$debug = 0;
$debuggen = 0;
$parseonly = 0;
@ -201,7 +201,7 @@ GetOptions( \%options,
"define=s", \%defines, # define a single preprocessing symbol
"defines=s", \$defines, # file containing preprocessing symbols, one per line
"tquiet|q", \$tquiet,
"quiet|q", \$quiet,
"debug|D", \$debug, # debug the parsing
"debuggen", \$debuggen, # debug the file generation
"parse-only", \$parseonly )
@ -221,7 +221,7 @@ else {
if ($#includeclasses>=0)
{
$includeclasses = join (" ", @includeclasses);
print "Using Classes: $includeclasses\n" unless $tquiet;
print "Using Classes: $includeclasses\n" unless $quiet;
}
if ( $#includes >= 0 && !$cpp ) {
@ -330,7 +330,7 @@ sub readLibraries
require kdocLib;
foreach my $lib ( @libs ) {
print "$exe: reading lib: $lib\n" unless $tquiet;
print "$exe: reading lib: $lib\n" unless $quiet;
my $relpath = exists $options{url} ?
$options{url} : $outputdir;
@ -366,7 +366,7 @@ sub parseFiles
|| croak "Can't read from $currentfile";
}
print STDERR "$exe: processing $currentfile\n" unless $tquiet;
print STDERR "$exe: processing $currentfile\n" unless $quiet;
# reset vars
$rootNode = getRoot( $lang );
@ -415,7 +415,7 @@ sub writeDocumentation
require $pack.".pm";
print STDERR "Generating bindings for $format ",
"language...\n" unless $tquiet;
"language...\n" unless $quiet;
my $f = "$pack\::writeDoc";
&$f( $libname, $node, $outputdir, \%options );

2
kdejava/AUTHORS

@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
Chief Wreck On The Highway
Richard Dale <Richard_Dale@tipitina.demon.co.uk>
Etquipment
Equipment
iMac with SuSE 6.4, 160 Mb RAM, and Contour 3 button UniMouse
Books

2
kdejava/INSTALL

@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ operates.
`--help'
Print a summary of the options to `configure', and exit.
`--tquiet'
`--quiet'
`--silent'
`-q'
Do not print messages saying which checks are being made.

4
kdejava/koala/kdejava/Job.cpp

@ -254,9 +254,9 @@ Java_org_kde_koala_Job_kill__(JNIEnv* env, jobject obj)
}
JNIEXPORT void JNICALL
Java_org_kde_koala_Job_kill__Z(JNIEnv* env, jobject obj, jboolean tquietly)
Java_org_kde_koala_Job_kill__Z(JNIEnv* env, jobject obj, jboolean quietly)
{
((TDEIO::Job*) QtSupport::getQt(env, obj))->kill((bool) tquietly);
((TDEIO::Job*) QtSupport::getQt(env, obj))->kill((bool) quietly);
return;
}

4
kdejava/koala/kdejava/SimpleJob.cpp

@ -139,9 +139,9 @@ Java_org_kde_koala_SimpleJob_kill__(JNIEnv* env, jobject obj)
}
JNIEXPORT void JNICALL
Java_org_kde_koala_SimpleJob_kill__Z(JNIEnv* env, jobject obj, jboolean tquietly)
Java_org_kde_koala_SimpleJob_kill__Z(JNIEnv* env, jobject obj, jboolean quietly)
{
((TDEIO::SimpleJob*) QtSupport::getQt(env, obj))->kill((bool) tquietly);
((TDEIO::SimpleJob*) QtSupport::getQt(env, obj))->kill((bool) quietly);
return;
}

4
kdejava/koala/kdejava/TDEHTMLView.cpp

@ -801,9 +801,9 @@ Java_org_kde_koala_TDEHTMLView_print__(JNIEnv* env, jobject obj)
}
JNIEXPORT void JNICALL
Java_org_kde_koala_TDEHTMLView_print__Z(JNIEnv* env, jobject obj, jboolean tquick)
Java_org_kde_koala_TDEHTMLView_print__Z(JNIEnv* env, jobject obj, jboolean quick)
{
((TDEHTMLView*) QtSupport::getQt(env, obj))->print((bool) tquick);
((TDEHTMLView*) QtSupport::getQt(env, obj))->print((bool) quick);
return;
}

2
kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/HTMLQuoteElement.java

@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ import org.kde.qt.QtSupport;
element definition </a> in HTML 4.0.
Note: The DOM is not quite consistent here. They also define the
HTMLBlockQuoteElement interface, to represent the <code>BLOCKTQUOTE</code>
element. To resolve ambitquities, we use this one for the <code>Q</code>
element. To resolve ambiquities, we use this one for the <code>Q</code>
element only.
@short For the <code>Q</code> and <code>BLOCKTQUOTE</code> elements.

6
kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/Job.java

@ -36,14 +36,14 @@ public class Job extends TQObject {
/**
Abort this job.
This kills all subjobs and deletes the job.
@param tquietly if false, Job will emit signal result
@param quietly if false, Job will emit signal result
and ask tdeio_uiserver to close the progress window.
<code>tquietly</code> is set to true for subjobs. Whether applications
<code>quietly</code> is set to true for subjobs. Whether applications
should call with true or false depends on whether they rely
on result being emitted or not.
@short Abort this job.
*/
public native void kill(boolean tquietly);
public native void kill(boolean quietly);
public native void kill();
/**
Returns the error code, if there has been an error.

2
kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/KAnimWidget.java

@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ import org.kde.qt.TQFrame;
care of.
This widget also emits a 'clicked()' signal when it received a
mouse press event.
A tquick example:
A quick example:
<pre>
KAnimWidget anim = new KAnimWidget("kde", 0, this);
anim.start();

2
kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/KSpellConfig.java

@ -99,7 +99,7 @@ public class KSpellConfig extends TQWidget {
the <code>_ignorelist</code> contains whatever was put in by you plus
any words the user has chosen to ignore via the dialog box.
It may be useful to save this list with the document being
edited to facilitate tquicker future spellchecking.
edited to facilitate quicker future spellchecking.
@short
*/
public native void setIgnoreList(String[] _ignorelist);

4
kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/Range.java

@ -225,11 +225,11 @@ public class Range implements QtSupport {
public native DocumentFragment createContextualFragment(String html);
/**
Called to indicate that the range is no longer in use and that
the implementation may relintquish any resources associated with
the implementation may relinquish any resources associated with
this range. Subsequent calls to any methods or attribute getters
on this range will result in a DOMException being thrown with an
error code of INVALID_STATE_ERR.
@short Called to indicate that the range is no longer in use and that the implementation may relintquish any resources associated with this range.
@short Called to indicate that the range is no longer in use and that the implementation may relinquish any resources associated with this range.
*/
public native void detach();
/**

4
kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/SimpleJob.java

@ -42,12 +42,12 @@ public class SimpleJob extends Job {
/**
Abort job.
This kills all subjobs and deletes the job.
@param tquietly if true, Job will emit signal result
@param quietly if true, Job will emit signal result
Should only be set to false when the user kills the job
(from tdeio_uiserver), not when you want to abort a job.
@short Abort job.
*/
public native void kill(boolean tquietly);
public native void kill(boolean quietly);
public native void kill();
/**
Abort job.

12
kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/TDECModule.java

@ -143,12 +143,12 @@ public class TDECModule extends TQWidget {
*/
public native void sysdefaults();
/**
Return a tquick-help text.
Return a quick-help text.
This method is called when the module is docked.
The tquick-help text should contain a short description of the module and
The quick-help text should contain a short description of the module and
links to the module's help files. You can use TQML formatting tags in the text.
@note make sure the tquick help text gets translated (use i18n()).
@short Return a tquick-help text.
@note make sure the quick help text gets translated (use i18n()).
@short Return a quick-help text.
*/
public native String quickHelp();
/**
@ -212,8 +212,8 @@ public class TDECModule extends TQWidget {
*/
// TDEConfigDialogManager* addConfig(TDEConfigSkeleton* arg1,TQWidget* arg2); >>>> NOT CONVERTED
/**
Sets the tquick help.
@short Sets the tquick help.
Sets the quick help.
@short Sets the quick help.
*/
protected native void setQuickHelp(String help);
/**

8
kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/TDECModuleSignals.java

@ -15,11 +15,11 @@ public interface TDECModuleSignals {
*/
void changed(boolean state);
/**
Indicate that the module's tquickhelp has changed.
Emit this signal whenever the module's tquickhelp changes.
Indicate that the module's quickhelp has changed.
Emit this signal whenever the module's quickhelp changes.
Modules implemented as tabbed dialogs might want to implement
per-tab tquickhelp for example.
@short Indicate that the module's tquickhelp has changed.
per-tab quickhelp for example.
@short Indicate that the module's quickhelp has changed.
*/
void quickHelpChanged();
}

4
kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/TDEHTMLView.java

@ -90,10 +90,10 @@ public class TDEHTMLView extends TQScrollView {
public native void print();
/**
Prints the HTML document.
@param tquick if true, fully automated printing, without print dialog
@param quick if true, fully automated printing, without print dialog
@short Prints the HTML document.
*/
public native void print(boolean tquick);
public native void print(boolean quick);
/**
ensure the display is up to date
@short ensure the display is up to date

16
kdejava/koala/org/kde/koala/TDEShortcut.java

@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ public class TDEShortcut implements QtSupport {
a TDEShortcut.
@short The maximum number of key sequences that can be contained in a TDEShortcut.
*/
public static final int MAX_SETQUENCES = 2;
public static final int MAX_SEQUENCES = 2;
/**
Creates a new null shortcut.
@ -163,7 +163,7 @@ public class TDEShortcut implements QtSupport {
Returns the number of sequences that are in this
shortcut.
@return the number of sequences
MAX_SETQUENCES
MAX_SEQUENCES
@short Returns the number of sequences that are in this shortcut.
*/
@ -173,7 +173,7 @@ public class TDEShortcut implements QtSupport {
@param i the number of the key sequence to retrieve
@return the <code>i</code>'th sequence or KKeySequence.null() if
there are less than <code>i</code> key sequences
MAX_SETQUENCES
MAX_SEQUENCES
@short Returns the <code>i</code>'th key sequence of this shortcut.
*/
@ -252,8 +252,8 @@ public class TDEShortcut implements QtSupport {
/**
Sets the <code>i</code> 'th key sequence of the shortcut. You can not introduce
gaps in the list of sequences, so you must use an <code>i</code> <= count().
Also note that the maximum number of key sequences is MAX_SETQUENCES.
@param i the position of the new key sequence(0 <= i <= count(), 0 <= i < MAX_SETQUENCES)
Also note that the maximum number of key sequences is MAX_SEQUENCES.
@param i the position of the new key sequence(0 <= i <= count(), 0 <= i < MAX_SEQUENCES)
@param keySeq the key sequence to set
@return true if successful, false otherwise
@ -262,7 +262,7 @@ public class TDEShortcut implements QtSupport {
public native boolean setSeq(int i, KKeySequence keySeq);
/**
Appends the given key sequence. This sets it as either the keysequence or
the alternate keysequence. If the shortcut already has MAX_SETQUENCES
the alternate keysequence. If the shortcut already has MAX_SEQUENCES
sequences then this call does nothing, and returns false.
@param keySeq the key sequence to add
@return true if successful, false otherwise
@ -284,7 +284,7 @@ public class TDEShortcut implements QtSupport {
@short Appends the given key
@see #setSeq
@see MAX_SETQUENCES
@see MAX_SEQUENCES
*/
public native boolean append(KKey spec);
/**
@ -293,7 +293,7 @@ public class TDEShortcut implements QtSupport {
@return true if successful, false otherwise
@short Appends the sequences from the given shortcut.
@see MAX_SETQUENCES
@see MAX_SEQUENCES
*/
public native boolean append(TDEShortcut cut);
/**

6
kdejava/koala/test/khelpers/KHelpers.java

@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ public class KHelpers extends TDEMainWindow {
protected int idfilenew;
protected int idfileopen;
protected int idfilesave;
protected int idfiletquit;
protected int idfilequit;
// reference to the application
TDEApplication kapp;
@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ public class KHelpers extends TDEMainWindow {
idfilenew = file.insertItem("&New");
idfileopen = file.insertItem("&Open...");
idfilesave = file.insertItem("&Save");
idfiletquit = file.insertItem("&Quit", kapp, SLOT("closeAllWindows()"));
idfilequit = file.insertItem("&Quit", kapp, SLOT("closeAllWindows()"));
connect ( file, SIGNAL( "highlighted(int)"), this, SLOT( "slotMenuEntryHelp (int)"));
@ -86,7 +86,7 @@ public class KHelpers extends TDEMainWindow {
statusBar().message("Save the current document.",HelpMessageTime);
}
else if (id == idfiletquit) {
else if (id == idfilequit) {
statusBar().message("Quit the application.",HelpMessageTime);

2
kdejava/koala/test/tdeioslave/KioslaveTest.java

@ -242,7 +242,7 @@ protected void closeEvent( TQCloseEvent e ){
void slotQuit(){
if ( job != null ) {
job.kill( true ); // kill the job tquietly
job.kill( true ); // kill the job quietly
}
if (slave != null )
Scheduler.disconnectSlave(slave);

2
kjsembed/Doxyfile-Internal

@ -171,7 +171,7 @@ SHOW_INCLUDE_FILES = YES
# If the JAVADOC_AUTOBRIEF tag is set to YES then Doxygen
# will interpret the first line (until the first dot) of a JavaDoc-style
# comment as the brief description. If set to NO, the JavaDoc
# comments will behave just like the Qt-style comments (thus retquiring an
# comments will behave just like the Qt-style comments (thus requiring an
# explict @brief command for a brief description.
JAVADOC_AUTOBRIEF = YES

2
kjsembed/bindwizard/Doxyfile.in

@ -171,7 +171,7 @@ SHOW_INCLUDE_FILES = YES
# If the JAVADOC_AUTOBRIEF tag is set to YES then Doxygen
# will interpret the first line (until the first dot) of a JavaDoc-style
# comment as the brief description. If set to NO, the JavaDoc
# comments will behave just like the Qt-style comments (thus retquiring an
# comments will behave just like the Qt-style comments (thus requiring an
# explict @brief command for a brief description.
JAVADOC_AUTOBRIEF = YES

2
kjsembed/docs/ChangeLog

@ -2303,7 +2303,7 @@
2003-11-22 Saturday 00:54 geiseri
Make the compiler a little tquieter by commenting out unused args in functions.
Make the compiler a little quieter by commenting out unused args in functions.
2003-11-21 Friday 20:13 rich

2
kjsembed/docs/embedding/simple-embed/README

@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
-----------------------------------------------
Kde application framework template tquickstart
Kde application framework template quickstart
Author: Thomas Nagy
Date: 2004-03-22
-----------------------------------------------

2
kjsembed/docs/examples/html2text/test.htm

@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ pre {
made scriptable without explicitly binding every object.&lt;/li>
&lt;/ul>
&lt;h3>First Steps - The Console Dialog&lt;/h3>
&lt;p>The tquickest way to see what KJSEmbed can do is with kjscmd, a tool for running
&lt;p>The quickest way to see what KJSEmbed can do is with kjscmd, a tool for running
scripts from the command line. To begin, we'll run kjscmd without any parameters
which brings up the KJSEmbed console dialog. The console provides an easy way
to run short (one line) scripts, as you can see in figure 1 the scripts have

2
kjsembed/docs/examples/imageinfo/example.html

@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
<body>
<h1 align="center">Image Gallery</h1>
<hr>
<p>Here are some images, the larger ones have been scaled down to ensure this page loads tquickly. Click on an image or filename to see it full size.</p>
<p>Here are some images, the larger ones have been scaled down to ensure this page loads quickly. Click on an image or filename to see it full size.</p>
<table border=0 width="90%" cellpadding="12" cellspacing="1">
<tr>
<td align="center"><a href="example1.png"><img border=0 width=197 height=160 src=thumb-example1.png></a></td>

2
kjsembed/docs/examples/imageinfo/imagegallery.js

@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
var default_title = 'Image Gallery';
var default_intro = 'Here are some images, the larger ones have been scaled down to '
+ 'ensure this page loads tquickly. Click on an image or filename '
+ 'ensure this page loads quickly. Click on an image or filename '
+ 'to see it full size.';
var default_width = 250;
var default_height = 160;

2
kjsembed/docs/examples/imageinfo/thumbs.html

@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
<body>
<h1 align="center">Image Gallery</h1>
<hr>
<p>Here are some images, the larger ones have been scaled down to ensure this page loads tquickly. Click on an image or filename to see it full size.</p>
<p>Here are some images, the larger ones have been scaled down to ensure this page loads quickly. Click on an image or filename to see it full size.</p>
<table border=0 width="90%" cellpadding="12" cellspacing="1">
<tr>
<td align="center"><a href="example1.png"><img border=0 width=197 height=160 src="thumb-example1.png"></a></td>

2
kjsembed/docs/tutorial/kjsembed.html

@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ pre {
made scriptable without explicitly binding every object.</li>
</ul>
<h3>First Steps - The Console Dialog</h3>
<p>The tquickest way to see what KJSEmbed can do is with kjscmd, a tool for running
<p>The quickest way to see what KJSEmbed can do is with kjscmd, a tool for running
scripts from the command line. To begin, we'll run kjscmd without any parameters
which brings up the KJSEmbed console dialog. The console provides an easy way
to run short (one line) scripts, as you can see in figure 1 the scripts have

2
kjsembed/tools/Doxyfile

@ -171,7 +171,7 @@ SHOW_INCLUDE_FILES = YES
# If the JAVADOC_AUTOBRIEF tag is set to YES then Doxygen
# will interpret the first line (until the first dot) of a JavaDoc-style
# comment as the brief description. If set to NO, the JavaDoc
# comments will behave just like the Qt-style comments (thus retquiring an
# comments will behave just like the Qt-style comments (thus requiring an
# explict @brief command for a brief description.
JAVADOC_AUTOBRIEF = YES

2
korundum/AUTHORS

@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ QtRuby is a ruby version of the PerlQt/Smoke project, written by:
Germain Garand
David Faure
Etquipment
Equipment
800 Mhz iBook with Yellow Dog 3.0, Macally Micro 3 button mouse
Books

2
korundum/rubylib/examples/kludgeror.rb

@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
#!/usr/bin/env ruby
# A tquick and dirty web browser demonstrating the direct instantiation
# A quick and dirty web browser demonstrating the direct instantiation
# of a TDEHTML part. Needless to say: this is NOT a programming paragon :)
# -- gg.
# AK - ported to ruby

2
korundum/rubylib/templates/annotated/systray1.rb

@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ This is a ruby version of Jim Bublitz's pytde program, translated by Richard Dal
=begin
A basic system tray application - you can combine this with code from
menuapp2.rb or menuapp3.rb to tquickly build a full-blown application
menuapp2.rb or menuapp3.rb to quickly build a full-blown application
framework.
=end

2
qtjava/AUTHORS

@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
Chief Wreck On The Highway
Richard Dale <Richard_Dale@tipitina.demon.co.uk>
Etquipment
Equipment
iMac with SuSE 6.4, Contour 3 button UniMouse
Books

2
qtjava/INSTALL

@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ operates.
`--help'
Print a summary of the options to `configure', and exit.
`--tquiet'
`--quiet'
`--silent'
`-q'
Do not print messages saying which checks are being made.

40
qtjava/javalib/examples/qwerty/ANSI_X3.110-1983.map

@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ CHARMAP
<US> /x1F <U001F> UNIT SEPARATOR (IS1)
<SP> /x20 <U0020> SPACE
<!> /x21 <U0021> EXCLAMATION MARK
<"> /x22 <U0022> TQUOTATION MARK
<"> /x22 <U0022> QUOTATION MARK
<%> /x25 <U0025> PERCENT SIGN
<&> /x26 <U0026> AMPERSAND
<'> /x27 <U0027> APOSTROPHE
@ -68,9 +68,9 @@ CHARMAP
<:> /x3A <U003A> COLON
<;> /x3B <U003B> SEMICOLON
<<> /x3C <U003C> LESS-THAN SIGN
<=> /x3D <U003D> ETQUALS SIGN
<=> /x3D <U003D> EQUALS SIGN
</>> /x3E <U003E> GREATER-THAN SIGN
<?> /x3F <U003F> TQUESTION MARK
<?> /x3F <U003F> QUESTION MARK
<At> /x40 <U0040> COMMERCIAL AT
<A> /x41 <U0041> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A
<B> /x42 <U0042> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER B
@ -98,9 +98,9 @@ CHARMAP
<X> /x58 <U0058> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER X
<Y> /x59 <U0059> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y
<Z> /x5A <U005A> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z
<<(> /x5B <U005B> LEFT STQUARE BRACKET
<<(> /x5B <U005B> LEFT SQUARE BRACKET
<////> /x5C <U005C> REVERSE SOLIDUS
<)/>> /x5D <U005D> RIGHT STQUARE BRACKET
<)/>> /x5D <U005D> RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET
<'/>> /x5E <U005E> CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT
<_> /x5F <U005F> LOW LINE
<'!> /x60 <U0060> GRAVE ACCENT
@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ CHARMAP
<SS> /x98 <U0098> START OF STRING (SOS)
<GC> /x99 <U0099> SINGLE GRAPHIC CHARACTER INTRODUCER (SGCI)
<SC> /x9A <U009A> SINGLE CHARACTER INTRODUCER (SCI)
<CI> /x9B <U009B> CONTROL SETQUENCE INTRODUCER (CSI)
<CI> /x9B <U009B> CONTROL SEQUENCE INTRODUCER (CSI)
<ST> /x9C <U009C> STRING TERMINATOR (ST)
<OC> /x9D <U009D> OPERATING SYSTEM COMMAND (OSC)
<PM> /x9E <U009E> PRIVACY MESSAGE (PM)
@ -175,9 +175,9 @@ CHARMAP
<Nb> /xA6 <U0023> NUMBER SIGN
<SE> /xA7 <U00A7> SECTION SIGN
<Cu> /xA8 <U00A4> CURRENCY SIGN
<'6> /xA9 <U2018> LEFT SINGLE TQUOTATION MARK
<"6> /xAA <U201C> LEFT DOUBLE TQUOTATION MARK
<<<> /xAB <U00AB> LEFT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE TQUOTATION MARK
<'6> /xA9 <U2018> LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK
<"6> /xAA <U201C> LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK
<<<> /xAB <U00AB> LEFT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK
<<-> /xAC <U2190> LEFTWARDS ARROW
<-!> /xAD <U2191> UPWARDS ARROW
<-/>> /xAE <U2192> RIGHTWARDS ARROW
@ -191,13 +191,13 @@ CHARMAP
<PI> /xB6 <U00B6> PILCROW SIGN
<.M> /xB7 <U00B7> MIDDLE DOT
<-:> /xB8 <U00F7> DIVISION SIGN
<'9> /xB9 <U2019> RIGHT SINGLE TQUOTATION MARK
<"9> /xBA <U201D> RIGHT DOUBLE TQUOTATION MARK
</>/>> /xBB <U00BB> RIGHT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE TQUOTATION MARK
<14> /xBC <U00BC> VULGAR FRACTION ONE TQUARTER
<'9> /xB9 <U2019> RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK
<"9> /xBA <U201D> RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK
</>/>> /xBB <U00BB> RIGHT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK
<14> /xBC <U00BC> VULGAR FRACTION ONE QUARTER
<12> /xBD <U00BD> VULGAR FRACTION ONE HALF
<34> /xBE <U00BE> VULGAR FRACTION THREE TQUARTERS
<?I> /xBF <U00BF> INVERTED TQUESTION MARK
<34> /xBE <U00BE> VULGAR FRACTION THREE QUARTERS
<?I> /xBF <U00BF> INVERTED QUESTION MARK
<"!> /xC1 <UE002> NON-SPACING GRAVE ACCENT <ISO-IR-103_C1> (not a real character)
<"'> /xC2 <UE003> NON-SPACING ACUTE ACCENT <ISO-IR-103_C2> (not a real character)
<"/>> /xC3 <UE004> NON-SPACING CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT <ISO-IR-103_C3> (not a real character)
@ -459,7 +459,7 @@ CHARMAP
<DEL> /x7F <U007F> DELETE (DEL)
<space> /x20 <U0020> SPACE
<exclamation-mark> /x21 <U0021> EXCLAMATION MARK
<quotation-mark> /x22 <U0022> TQUOTATION MARK
<quotation-mark> /x22 <U0022> QUOTATION MARK
<number-sign> /xA6 <U0023> NUMBER SIGN
<dollar-sign> /xA4 <U0024> DOLLAR SIGN
<percent-sign> /x25 <U0025> PERCENT SIGN
@ -489,14 +489,14 @@ CHARMAP
<colon> /x3A <U003A> COLON
<semicolon> /x3B <U003B> SEMICOLON
<less-than-sign> /x3C <U003C> LESS-THAN SIGN
<equals-sign> /x3D <U003D> ETQUALS SIGN
<equals-sign> /x3D <U003D> EQUALS SIGN
<greater-than-sign> /x3E <U003E> GREATER-THAN SIGN
<question-mark> /x3F <U003F> TQUESTION MARK
<question-mark> /x3F <U003F> QUESTION MARK
<commercial-at> /x40 <U0040> COMMERCIAL AT
<left-square-bracket> /x5B <U005B> LEFT STQUARE BRACKET
<left-square-bracket> /x5B <U005B> LEFT SQUARE BRACKET
<backslash> /x5C <U005C> REVERSE SOLIDUS
<reverse-solidus> /x5C <U005C> REVERSE SOLIDUS
<right-square-bracket> /x5D <U005D> RIGHT STQUARE BRACKET
<right-square-bracket> /x5D <U005D> RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET
<circumflex> /x5E <U005E> CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT
<circumflex-accent> /x5E <U005E> CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT
<underscore> /x5F <U005F> LOW LINE

32
qtjava/javalib/examples/qwerty/IBM277.map

@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ CHARMAP
<SS> /x38 <U0098> START OF STRING (SOS)
<GC> /x39 <U0099> SINGLE GRAPHIC CHARACTER INTRODUCER (SGCI)
<SC> /x3A <U009A> SINGLE CHARACTER INTRODUCER (SCI)
<CI> /x3B <U009B> CONTROL SETQUENCE INTRODUCER (CSI)
<CI> /x3B <U009B> CONTROL SEQUENCE INTRODUCER (CSI)
<D4> /x3C <U0014> DEVICE CONTROL FOUR (DC4)
<NK> /x3D <U0015> NEGATIVE ACKNOWLEDGE (NAK)
<PM> /x3E <U009E> PRIVACY MESSAGE (PM)
@ -119,7 +119,7 @@ CHARMAP
<%> /x6C <U0025> PERCENT SIGN
<_> /x6D <U005F> LOW LINE
</>> /x6E <U003E> GREATER-THAN SIGN
<?> /x6F <U003F> TQUESTION MARK
<?> /x6F <U003F> QUESTION MARK
<BB> /x70 <U00A6> BROKEN BAR
<E'> /x71 <U00C9> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH ACUTE
<E/>> /x72 <U00CA> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH CIRCUMFLEX
@ -134,8 +134,8 @@ CHARMAP
<AE> /x7B <U00C6> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AE
<O//> /x7C <U00D8> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH STROKE
<'> /x7D <U0027> APOSTROPHE
<=> /x7E <U003D> ETQUALS SIGN
<"> /x7F <U0022> TQUOTATION MARK
<=> /x7E <U003D> EQUALS SIGN
<"> /x7F <U0022> QUOTATION MARK
<At> /x80 <U0040> COMMERCIAL AT
<a> /x81 <U0061> LATIN SMALL LETTER A
<b> /x82 <U0062> LATIN SMALL LETTER B
@ -146,8 +146,8 @@ CHARMAP
<g> /x87 <U0067> LATIN SMALL LETTER G
<h> /x88 <U0068> LATIN SMALL LETTER H
<i> /x89 <U0069> LATIN SMALL LETTER I
<<<> /x8A <U00AB> LEFT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE TQUOTATION MARK
</>/>> /x8B <U00BB> RIGHT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE TQUOTATION MARK
<<<> /x8A <U00AB> LEFT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK
</>/>> /x8B <U00BB> RIGHT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK
<d-> /x8C <U00F0> LATIN SMALL LETTER ETH (Icelandic)
<y'> /x8D <U00FD> LATIN SMALL LETTER Y WITH ACUTE
<th> /x8E <U00FE> LATIN SMALL LETTER THORN (Icelandic)
@ -166,8 +166,8 @@ CHARMAP
<-o> /x9B <U00BA> MASCULINE ORDINAL INDICATOR
<(!> /x9C <U007B> LEFT CURLY BRACKET
<',> /x9D <U00B8> CEDILLA
<<(> /x9E <U005B> LEFT STQUARE BRACKET
<)/>> /x9F <U005D> RIGHT STQUARE BRACKET
<<(> /x9E <U005B> LEFT SQUARE BRACKET
<)/>> /x9F <U005D> RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET
<My> /xA0 <U00B5> MICRO SIGN
<u:> /xA1 <U00FC> LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS
<s> /xA2 <U0073> LATIN SMALL LETTER S
@ -179,7 +179,7 @@ CHARMAP
<y> /xA8 <U0079> LATIN SMALL LETTER Y
<z> /xA9 <U007A> LATIN SMALL LETTER Z
<!I> /xAA <U00A1> INVERTED EXCLAMATION MARK
<?I> /xAB <U00BF> INVERTED TQUESTION MARK
<?I> /xAB <U00BF> INVERTED QUESTION MARK
<D-> /xAC <U00D0> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER ETH (Icelandic)
<Y'> /xAD <U00DD> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y WITH ACUTE
<TH> /xAE <U00DE> LATIN CAPITAL LETTER THORN (Icelandic)
@ -191,9 +191,9 @@ CHARMAP
<Co> /xB4 <U00A9> COPYRIGHT SIGN
<SE> /xB5 <U00A7> SECTION SIGN
<PI> /xB6 <U00B6> PILCROW SIGN
<14> /xB7 <U00BC> VULGAR FRACTION ONE TQUARTER
<14> /xB7 <U00BC> VULGAR FRACTION ONE QUARTER
<12> /xB8 <U00BD> VULGAR FRACTION ONE HALF
<34> /xB9 <U00BE> VULGAR FRACTION THREE TQUARTERS
<34> /xB9 <U00BE> VULGAR FRACTION THREE QUARTERS
<NO> /xBA <U00AC> NOT SIGN
<!!> /xBB <U007C> VERTICAL LINE
<'-> /xBC <U203E> OVERLINE
@ -298,7 +298,7 @@ CHARMAP
<DEL> /x07 <U007F> DELETE (DEL)
<space> /x40 <U0020> SPACE
<exclamation-mark> /x4F <U0021> EXCLAMATION MARK
<quotation-mark> /x7F <U0022> TQUOTATION MARK
<quotation-mark> /x7F <U0022> QUOTATION MARK
<number-sign> /x4A <U0023> NUMBER SIGN
<dollar-sign> /x67 <U0024> DOLLAR SIGN
<percent-sign> /x6C <U0025> PERCENT SIGN
@ -328,14 +328,14 @@ CHARMAP
<colon> /x7A <U003A> COLON
<semicolon> /x5E <U003B> SEMICOLON
<less-than-sign> /x4C <U003C> LESS-THAN SIGN
<equals-sign> /x7E <U003D> ETQUALS SIGN
<equals-sign> /x7E <U003D> EQUALS SIGN
<greater-than-sign> /x6E <U003E> GREATER-THAN SIGN
<question-mark> /x6F <U003F> TQUESTION MARK
<question-mark> /x6F <U003F> QUESTION MARK
<commercial-at> /x80 <U0040> COMMERCIAL AT
<left-square-bracket> /x9E <U005B> LEFT STQUARE BRACKET
<left-square-bracket> /x9E <U005B> LEFT SQUARE BRACKET
<backslash> /xE0 <U005C> REVERSE SOLIDUS
<reverse-solidus> /xE0 <U005C> REVERSE SOLIDUS
<right-square-bracket> /x9F <U005D> RIGHT STQUARE BRACKET
<right-square-bracket> /x9F <U005D> RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET
<circumflex> /x5F <U005E> CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT
<circumflex-accent> /x5F <U005E> CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT
<underscore> /x6D <U005F> LOW LINE

2
qtjava/javalib/examples/widgets/WidgetView.java

@ -502,7 +502,7 @@ WidgetView( TQWidget parent, String name )
mleText += (char) 0x00d8; // Norwegian
mleText += "\n";
mleText += "Unicode (black square):";
mleText += (char) 0x25A0; // BLACK STQUARE
mleText += (char) 0x25A0; // BLACK SQUARE
mleText += "\n";
mle.setText( mleText );
TQToolTip.add( mle, "second multi line editor" );

2
qtruby/AUTHORS

@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ QtRuby is a ruby version of the PerlQt/Smoke project, written by:
Germain Garand
David Faure
Etquipment
Equipment
800 Mhz iBook with Yellow Dog 3.0, Macally Micro 3 button mouse
Books

2
qtruby/INSTALL

@ -119,7 +119,7 @@ Info.plist is
<key>CFBundleExecutable</key>
<string>Shoot</string>
<key>CFBundleIdentifier</key>
<string>jp.co.ryutaro.qttquit</string>
<string>jp.co.ryutaro.qtquit</string>
<key>CFBundlePackageType</key>
<string>APPL</string>
<key>CFBundleSignature</key>

4
qtruby/rubylib/examples/ruboids/ruboids/Graphics.rb

@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ class Graphics
# Defines counter-clockwise points used in OpenGL TRIANGLE_STRIP to
# create a circle on the X/Z plane. Don't include center point here;
# It is added when outputting the circle.
STQUARE = [
SQUARE = [
XPLUS, ZMINUS, XMINUS, ZPLUS, XPLUS
]
@ -225,7 +225,7 @@ class Graphics
def Graphics.circle(iterations = DEFAULT_SPHERE_ITERATIONS,
counterClockwise = true)
if @@circles[iterations].nil?
@@circles[iterations] = buildCircle(iterations, STQUARE)
@@circles[iterations] = buildCircle(iterations, SQUARE)
end
circle = @@circles[iterations]

2
smoke/kde/qtguess.pl.in

@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
# author: germain Garand <germain@ebooksfrance.com>
# licence: GPL v.2
# options: -q: be tquieter
# options: -q: be quieter
# -o file: redirect output to "file". (default: ./qtdefines)
# -t [0..15]: set the testing threshold (see below)
# -f "flags": additional compiler flags/parameters

2
smoke/qt/qtguess.pl.in

@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
# author: germain Garand <germain@ebooksfrance.com>
# licence: GPL v.2
# options: -q: be tquieter
# options: -q: be quieter
# -o file: redirect output to "file". (default: ./qtdefines)
# -t [0..15]: set the testing threshold (see below)
# -f "flags": additional compiler flags/parameters

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