Editing Convert MGED from Tk to Qt

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Anyone wanting to tackle this project should have a good familiarity with things like the Qt event and signals/slots systems as well as the generic widget systems (most of the pre-packaged Qt widgets aren't going to be quite what we need, which usually means creating custom widets with the more general parent classes.)  See the qged sources below for an idea of the approach.
 
Anyone wanting to tackle this project should have a good familiarity with things like the Qt event and signals/slots systems as well as the generic widget systems (most of the pre-packaged Qt widgets aren't going to be quite what we need, which usually means creating custom widets with the more general parent classes.)  See the qged sources below for an idea of the approach.
  
Proposals here should be detailed and demonstrate a firm grasp of the issues.  Qt 5.6 or higher should be used (that is the assumption made in the existing code, and if you require a newer Qt for some feature or issue that should be fine - supporting older Qt releases is not something we're going to spend effort on at this early stage.
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Proposals here should be detailed and demonstrate a firm grasp of the issues.  Qt 5.3 or higher should be used (that is the assumption made in the existing code, and if you require a newer Qt for some feature or issue that should be fine - supporting older Qt releases is not something we're going to spend effort on at this early stage.
  
  

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