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Qt Applications for OS/2

This resource is a home for OS/2 versions of various Qt applications (i.e., applications based on the Qt Library) ported using the Qt3 Toolkit for OS/2 or the Qt4 Toolkit for OS/2.

The purpose of this resource is to store OS/2-related changes to the source code of those Qt applications for which it is impossible to integrate these changes to the official code base maintained by original developers.

Every application maintained here has its own SVN subdirectory containing the modified source tree that can be built under OS/2, as well as the separate application's home (wiki) page.

List of Qt3 Applications

Below is the list of all Qt3 applications maintained on this site. Every item is a link to the application's wiki page.

  • Psi, the ultimate Jabber client v. 0.10
  • QCA?, Qt Cryptographic Architecture library v. 1.x
  • QCA-TLS?, QCA TLS (SSL) Plugin v. 1.x

Other Qt3 Applications

Here is the list of other known Qt3 applications that have OS/2 versions maintained separately (either in the original code base or on a different resource).

  • KDiff3, a sophisticated tool for comparing and merging files and displaying differences
  • LyX, a graphical WYSIWYM (what you see is what you mean) front-end for LaTeX
  • QDVDAuthor, a graphical tools for creating menus for video DVDs
  • Scribus, a desktop publishing (DTP) application
  • SMPlayer, the ultimate MPlayer frontend v. 0.5.21
  • VirtualBox, the Open Source edition of Sun's virtualization solution

List of Qt4 Applications

Below is a list of all known Qt4 applications that are available for OS/2 and eCS. Either maintained here or in the orginal code base.

Applications and Tools

  • Abby, Abby, a front-end for the streaming tool cclive
  • Qccrypt, Qccrypt 0.2, a front-end for the ccrypt en/decryption tool
  • SMplayer, the ultimate MPlayer front-end v. 0.6.8 beta2
  • KDiff3, KDiff3 0.9.95 a sophisticated tool for comparing and merging files and displaying differences
  • ZNotes, ZNotes 0.3.6 a Simple Notes
  • Basqet, Basqet 0.1.2 a cross platform note-taking software
  • Kapow, Kapow 1.3.1 A punch clock program
  • Qgoogletranslate, Qgoogletranslate This application translates text via Google Translate engine
  • Eyes, Eyes 0.9.5 This program helps you find your cursor on the screen if you have lost it.
  • ASTranslator, ASTranslator This application translates text via Google Translate engine.


  • Blubbels, Blubbels 0.9 second edition, a game where you remove bubbles with matching colors
  • Colorcode, Colorcode 0.5.5, a clone of the Mastermind game
  • CuteGomoku, CuteGomoku? 0.2.1 second edition, play a game of Go against the computer
  • Cutemaze, Cutemaze 1.1.0
  • gottet, Gottet 1.0.3, a Tetris clone
  • Hexalate, Hexalate 1.0.0, a game where you have to align discs so their color rays match
  • Multilothek, Multilothek 1.0 second edition, a game where you have to guess which numbers will be drawn
  • openpref, Openpref 0.1.3, a card game
  • Peg-e, Peg-e 1.1.0, a board game where you have to remove pegs
  • simsu, Simsu 1.2.1 second edition, the popular Japanese game of Sudoku
  • Tubularix, Tubularix second edition, a game similar to Tetris but viewed from above
  • Perceptron, Perceptron 0.9 allows you to out-guess a random number generator.
  • Tanglet, Tanglet 1.0.0 A single player word finding game based on Boggle.
  • Eightqueens, Eightqueens 0.1 A small program for toying around with the 8-queen problem.


The ticket system is used to report bugs and request new features for maintained Qt applications. For every application, there is a corresponding component name and a set of versions. Please note that anonymous access to the ticket system is restricted (to protect against stupid spammers). In order to create a new ticket or comment the existing one, you need to login using a special account with name guest and password netlabs. The password may change in the feature, but you can always find the current one on this page. We are sorry for inconvenience, but at the present time this is the only way to avoid extremely annoying spam.

Mailing Lists

Resource discussion is done through mailing list conversations. Currently, the following mailing lists are available:

  • qtapps-user()

This mailing list is intended to discuss the usage of Qt applications for OS/2 hosted on this resource. Announces of new releases are also posted to this list.
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  • qtapps-dev()

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