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  <h2>Hello World!</h2>
  <pre>export AUTHOR="Stefan Majewsky &lt;majewsky@gmx.net&gt;"</pre>
  <p>This repo contains a broad collection of smaller code pieces which I've acquired over the course of my life. Little programs to solve little problems, or small generic classes which might be useful elsewhere; everything's here, and everything is available under the very liberal <i>MIT license</i> for your pleasure. Read on for what to find in this repo.</p>
  <h2>Order</h2>
  <p>The major grouping is &quot;by programming language and framework&quot;. That means that C++ programs are separate from Python programs, and e.&nbsp;g. C++ programs are also sorted by which major framework is used (e.g. Qt or STL-only).</p>
  <p>After this first grouping level, there is no specific order anymore. Some stuff might be ordered by topic if the `ls -l` output gets too messy, but no order is implied.</p>
  <h2>Commit policy</h2>
  <p>Patches are (of course) allowed and welcome. Please use the means provided by GitHub to send push requests to me. Please bear with me if I do not reply instantaneously, managing this repository does not have very high priority for me.</p>
  <h2>Content list</h2>
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    <th>Name of project or class</th>
    <th>Description</th>
    <th>Location</th>
    <th>Build system<br/>Requirements</th>
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   <tr><th colspan="4"><i>Utility classes</i></th></tr>
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    <td><tt>Utils::ModelListModel</tt></td>
    <td>This <a href="http://qt.nokia.com/doc/latest/qabstractitemmodel.html">model</a> lists a bunch of other models, as well as their contents. The sub models are limited to a flat shape (i.e., trees cannot be listed).</td>
    <td>cpp-qt/modellistmodel</td>
    <td>QMake<br/>Qt&nbsp;4</td>
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    <td><tt>QRangeSelector</tt></td>
    <td>Similar to a slider, this widget allows to select both values and ranges from a given range. The widget allows for arbitrary contents to be painted inside its frame.</td>
    <td>cpp-qt/rangeselector</td>
    <td>QMake<br/>Qt&nbsp;4</td>
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    <td><tt>Utils::SelectionDialog</tt></td>
    <td>If you want the user to select some <a href="http://qt.nokia.com/doc/latest/qmodelindex.html">items</a> from a <a href="http://qt.nokia.com/doc/latest/qabstractitemmodel.html">model</a>, this class relieves you from the need to create a separate KDialog subclass.</td>
    <td>cpp-qt/selectiondialog.{h,cpp}</td>
    <td>CMake<sup>1</sup><br/>kdelibs&nbsp;4</td>
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    <td><tt>Utils::StaticVector</tt></td>
    <td>Nearly the same as <a href="http://qt.nokia.com/doc/latest/qvector.html"><tt>QVector</tt></a>, but it does not automatically resize or reallocate its data. This is useful for passing data pointers to C libraries.</td>
    <td>cpp-qt/staticvector.h</td>
    <td>N.A.<br/>Qt&nbsp;4</td>
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  <p>The fineprint:</p>
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   <li><tt>Utils::SelectionDialog</tt> is designed to be integrated in a build system that uses automoc4. In most cases, this will be CMake with the KDE 4 macro library for CMake.</li>
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