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HaiQ 1.0 Beta released!

For Linux, download, extract and compile the source (qmake/make).

For Windows, download and extract the precompiled package.

Report any problems: Jeremy.Magland@gmail.com.

Development version: http://groups.google.com/group/haiq


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HaiQ is a unique IDE for Qt4 allowing the user to maintain complete (manual) control over Qt project files. Simplicity, stability, and efficiency are the qualities we pursue. Enjoy the new plugin-based release of HaiQ!




stblack

6 years ago

Here I found the download link on sourceforge.
http://haiq.svn.sourceforge.net/, on sourceforge project page :
http://sourceforge.net/projects/haiq/

Bye
stblack

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TaleStory

7 years ago

Hi,it looks like a wonderful app. And i've tried to download its source for many times,maybe i'm in a terrible net,i cant succeed....
So can anyone send me a copy of source?
My Email: talestory1314@gmail.com.
i really want to taste it.
Thank you very much!!!!!

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yosetl

10 years ago

I try to download HaiQ from the link, but the site is no longer exist. Need help.

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slimus

11 years ago

Hello!
ide look nice, but if i do double click on *.ui program crash.

log here:

Fatal: ASSERT: "indexToActiveWindow != -1" in file widgets/qmdiarea.cpp, line 789
Aborted

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amine

11 years ago

Dear all,
If someone could help. many thanks.
I have this error after the commands
"qmake -project
qmake
make <--"

Quote:
In file included from plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.h:15,
from plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:1:
plugins/haiqdesigner/HaiQDesignerWindow.h:4:44: error: designer/ui_HaiQDesignerWindow.h: No such file or directory
In file included from plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:1:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.h:16:40: error: QDesignerFormEditorInterface: No such file or directory
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.h:17:47: error: QDesignerFormWindowManagerInterface: No such file or directory
In file included from plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.h:15,
from plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:1:
plugins/haiqdesigner/HaiQDesignerWindow.h:10: error: ‘Ui’ has not been declared
plugins/haiqdesigner/HaiQDesignerWindow.h:10: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of ‘HaiQDesignerWindow’ with no type
plugins/haiqdesigner/HaiQDesignerWindow.h:10: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘ui’
In file included from plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:1:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.h: In member function ‘virtual void HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow::focusInEvent(QFocusEvent*)’:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.h:38: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/designer/qdesigner_workbench.h:51: error: forward declaration of ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.h: At global scope:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.h:36: warning: unused parameter ‘event’
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp: In member function ‘void HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow::load_form(const QString&, const QString&)’:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:56: error: no matching function for call to ‘HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow::connect(QDesignerFormWindowInterface*, const char [11], HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow* const, const char [16])’
/usr/include/QtCore/qobject.h:191: note: candidates are: static bool QObject::connect(const QObject*, const char*, const QObject*, const char*, Qt::ConnectionType)
/usr/include/QtCore/qobject.h:292: note: bool QObject::connect(const QObject*, const char*, const char*, Qt::ConnectionType) const
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp: At global scope:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:50: warning: unused parameter ‘txt’
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp: In member function ‘QString HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow::contents()’:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:71: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘struct QDesignerFormWindowInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/designer/qdesigner_workbench.h:52: error: forward declaration of ‘struct QDesignerFormWindowInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp: In member function ‘bool HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow::is_modified()’:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:76: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘struct QDesignerFormWindowInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/designer/qdesigner_workbench.h:52: error: forward declaration of ‘struct QDesignerFormWindowInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp: In member function ‘void HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow::set_modified(bool)’:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:81: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘struct QDesignerFormWindowInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/designer/qdesigner_workbench.h:52: error: forward declaration of ‘struct QDesignerFormWindowInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp: In member function ‘void HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow::slot_undo()’:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:88: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/designer/qdesigner_workbench.h:51: error: forward declaration of ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp: In member function ‘void HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow::slot_redo()’:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:93: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/designer/qdesigner_workbench.h:51: error: forward declaration of ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp: In member function ‘void HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow::slot_cut()’:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:98: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/designer/qdesigner_workbench.h:51: error: forward declaration of ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp: In member function ‘void HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow::slot_copy()’:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:102: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/designer/qdesigner_workbench.h:51: error: forward declaration of ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp: In member function ‘void HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow::slot_paste()’:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:106: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/designer/qdesigner_workbench.h:51: error: forward declaration of ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp: In member function ‘void HaiQDesignerInterfaceWindow::slot_select_all()’:
plugins/haiqdesigner/haiqdesigner.cpp:110: error: invalid use of incomplete type ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
plugins/haiqdesigner/designer/qdesigner_workbench.h:51: error: forward declaration of ‘struct QDesignerFormEditorInterface’
make: *** [haiqdesigner.o] Error 1

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stefkeB

11 years ago

Does it only work with gcc? I've tried using Visual Studio and (to me) it seems to program insists to use make instead of nmake.

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magland

11 years ago

I've never tried with visual studio (so there are bound to be some issues). But did you try looking in the Configuration dialog? There you can replace mingw32-make by nmake.

One problem I anticipate is that compiler error messages will not be recognized (since the format is not the same as gcc). But that should not be too difficult to fix. Let me know via email: Jeremy dot Magland at gmail dot com.

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stefkeB

11 years ago

I've had several errors with "or" and "and", which are not known, at least in MSVC. Shouldn't they be "||" and "&&" instead?

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htmledit plugin: linking to a static lib in MSVC uses a different naming convention. The library will be called "tidy.lib" instead of "libtidy.a". The proper way in Qt is using "-ltidy" which takes care of different naming conventions for different compilers/linkers when you define LIBS +=... and you may add the path as "-L../all_os_libs"

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With these changes (many times the "or" and "and" and two times the "-ltidy"), I can rebuild your application in MSVC2005, run it and compile the example template (Qt GUI).

FWIW, "gdb" is not used in Visual Studio, so it will not be available. And additionally, to use Visual Studio, the user should probably run your application from the VC command prompt, as it will take care of defining the required environment variables to be able to call "nmake".

So all in all, it seems to work fine, with only some minor adjustments. And the rest of the program seems to be really well thought out.

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stefkeB

11 years ago

I have also tried to use the svn-version from the Google pages and there, it seems, there is no option to set the "make" executable... Am I missing something? Or is this newer version only made for gcc?

It did compile in MSVC2005 with only a single adjustment: I had to add #include <QSet.h> in haiqeditorinterface.cpp.

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magland

11 years ago

>> I have also tried to use the svn-version from the Google pages and there, it seems, there is no option to set the "make" executable... Am I missing something? Or is this newer version only made for gcc?

It's just that I haven't made the configuration dialog yet. Will do that soon. For now you can try to modify the appropriate text in haiq.ini.

>> It did compile in MSVC2005 with only a single adjustment: I had to add #include <QSet.h> in haiqeditorinterface.cpp.

Okay, thanks I'll make a note.

Feel free to join the group at http://groups.google.com/group/haiq. It would be nice to get input from (or ask questions to) somebody who uses haiq with visual studio.

Thanks for your feedback!
JM

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stefkeB

11 years ago

I've had several errors with "or" and "and", which are not known, at least in MSVC. Shouldn't they be "||" and "&&" instead?

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htmledit plugin: linking to a static lib in MSVC uses a different naming convention. The library will be called "tidy.lib" instead of "libtidy.a". The proper way in Qt is using "-ltidy" which takes care of different naming conventions for different compilers/linkers when you define LIBS +=... and you may add the path as "-L../all_os_libs"

-------

With these changes (many times the "or" and "and" and two times the "-ltidy"), I can rebuild your application in MSVC2005, run it and compile the example template (Qt GUI).

FWIW, "gdb" is not used in Visual Studio, so it will not be available. And additionally, to use Visual Studio, the user should probably run your application from the VC command prompt, as it will take care of defining the required environment variables to be able to call "nmake".

So all in all, it seems to work fine, with only some minor adjustments. And the rest of the program seems to be really well thought out.

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TheC0der

11 years ago

Hello. First big thanks for great IDE.
And.. begin with my wish/bug list ;)
There is no current line marker (fill line with some color). It will be good to add this feature.
Add option to enable/disable font antialiasing on text editor. (can provide source)
Completition window is not in focus while you type in to the editor and selected items are marked in very light color... almost invisible. Also this window does not popup in correct place.
QTreeView from projects explorer and class explorer has no horisontal scrollbars..
Drop down menu above text editor with all functions in current file will be very nice (like M$ VS)

Greetings,
Desislav Michev

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magland

11 years ago

I'm working on next version of HaiQ, and will add your requests to my to do list. Thanks.

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kvkv

11 years ago

Very need debugger. IDE very nice, but i still in QDevelop.

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xep

11 years ago

i have some.pro file with following content:
[code]TEMPLATE = subdirs
SUBDIRS += src[/code]

qmake.exe generates some.pro's Makefile normally

qmake-haiq.exe output errors as follow:
moc.prf:14: cannot define a function within another definition.
uic.prf:78: cannot define a function within another definition.

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magland

11 years ago

In order to help, I need some more information. Could you contact be email? Jeremy dot Magland at gmail dot com

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xep

11 years ago

i have no more information, sorry

win32 xp sp2, qt4.3.1, gcc3.4.5

TEMPLATE=lib and TEMPLATE=app qmake-haiq makes correctly but no TEMPLATE=subdirs

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magland

11 years ago

qmake-HaiQ is not meant to be run by the user... it's supposed to be invoked by HaiQ.

If you have a subdirs project that HaiQ is not opening properly, contact me by email, and I'll be happy to help you.

Try opening HaiQ.pro itself ... that's a TEMPLATE=subdirs project that should definitely work.

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xep

11 years ago

i run qmake-HaiQ instead of qmake from HaiQ (by passing path to qmake-haiq.exe in configure dialog)

i tried "qmake+make" on HaiQ.pro and get the same errors

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magland

11 years ago

Definitely do not set qmake-HaiQ as qmake in the configuration dialog. This is not the purpose of qmake-HaiQ. qmake-HaiQ is uused by HaiQ to load project information, and populate the class/file browsers.

Sorry, I should have made this more clear.

Anyway, please set qmake=qmake in your config, and everything should work.

:)

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xep

11 years ago

Source download link is broken for 0.2.1

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magland

11 years ago

Fixed, thanks.

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michaltomlein

11 years ago

Hi,
I really like HaiQ, it's a great project and it works perfectly for me (version 0.2).
There is one thing, though, that I would improve: could you change the "View tag list for current class" window into a QDockWidget, which I could turn on and off in the View menu? It would help me greatly.
Also, are you planning to make a new icon for HaiQ? I know this is not an important issue, but I would like to have a nicer icon on my desktop, which would represent HaiQ better.
Anyway, keep up the good work.

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magland

11 years ago

Hi Mike,
I'm glad you like HaiQ! Version 0.3.0 is on the way, and I will make the QDockWidget change that you suggest.

Regarding the icon, feel free to send me any candidates :)

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mickele

11 years ago

Hi, I am Michele!
I've tried to use Haiq on linux (in particular I am using a preview of 0.3).
It builds without errors, but now the main problem is that it doesn't find astyle, dot, etc.
On my box these apps are installed in the PATH.
Can you solve this problem?
Thanx!

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