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'[OT] Mac software developer needed'
2010\04\29@113616 by Harrison Cooper

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I'm looking for someone who has experience with writing code for a Mac,
using QT on OS 10.5x

The project entails taking an existing GUI on a PC that communicates via
USB to some hardware (yes..a PIC) and replicating the look, feel and
fucntionality on the Mac.  I'd prefer a local developer, but so far I
haven't come across any that are available.



2010\04\29@123056 by Herbert Graf

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On Thu, 2010-04-29 at 09:36 -0600, Harrison Cooper wrote:
> I'm looking for someone who has experience with writing code for a Mac,
> using QT on OS 10.5x
>
> The project entails taking an existing GUI on a PC that communicates via
> USB to some hardware (yes..a PIC) and replicating the look, feel and
> fucntionality on the Mac.  I'd prefer a local developer, but so far I
> haven't come across any that are available.

I'm not a Mac developer, but it might be a good idea to indicate where
"local" is? :)

TTYL

2010\04\29@163925 by Harrison Cooper

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Ooops...sorry

Salt Lake City, Utah


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Subject: Re: [OT] Mac software developer needed

On Thu, 2010-04-29 at 09:36 -0600, Harrison Cooper wrote:
> I'm looking for someone who has experience with writing code for a
Mac,
> using QT on OS 10.5x
>
> The project entails taking an existing GUI on a PC that communicates
via
> USB to some hardware (yes..a PIC) and replicating the look, feel and
> fucntionality on the Mac.  I'd prefer a local developer, but so far I
> haven't come across any that are available.

I'm not a Mac developer, but it might be a good idea to indicate where
"local" is? :)

TTYL

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