Hi all,

I am recently working on the QT4/KDE4 bindings for p5.
First cpp headers are parsed by a grammar based on Parse::RecDescent,
The production of latest dev release Parse-QTEDI-0.02_01 is quite stable,
presenting all related interface information of cpp .h.

I will continue to make it available in p5. And myself do have a plan to
introduce them in p6. It will be nice if someone can do so in parallel with
me (I mean, for p6). Since: 1. my knowledge on p6 sucks ;-) 2. currently
I haven't got enough time.

PS: It is very glad to see such information, really. In my opinion p6 indeed

needs trying to draw as many connections as possible with other
outstanding tool/project outside perl world. KDE is such a place too.

PS2: my project page:

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jesse Vincent <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: Mar 22, 2007 11:04 AM
Subject: Perl 6 Microgrants. Now accepting proposals.
To: perl6-internals@perl.org, perl6-language@perl.org,
perl6-compiler@perl.org, perl5-porters@perl.org

I'm pleased to announce the inaugural Perl 6 Microgrants program.
Best Practical Solutions (my company) has donated USD5,000 to The
Perl Foundation to help support Perl 6 Development.  Leon Brocard,
representing The Perl Foundation's grants committee, will work with
me to select proposals and evaluate project success.  We'll be making
USD500 grants to worthy Perl 6 related efforts. We're hoping to fund
a range of Perl 6-related projects over the life of the grant
program.  Accepted grants might be for coding, documentation, testing
or even writing articles about Perl 6. The program isn't tied to any
one implementation of Perl 6 -- We're interested in seeing proposals
related to Pugs, Perl 6 on Parrot, Perl 6 on Perl 5 or any other Perl
6 implementation.  Generally, we're interested in seeing projects
that can be completed in 4-6 calendar weeks.

Submitting a grant proposal

To submit a grant proposal, please email us at perl6-
[EMAIL PROTECTED] with the following information:

* A two to three paragraph summary of the work you intend to do
* A quick bio - Who are you? Is there opensource work you've done
that we should have a look at?
* A brief description of what "success" will mean for your project -
How will we know you're done?
* Where (if anywhere) you've discussed your project in the past
* Where you'll be blogging about your progress. (Twice-weekly blog
posts are a requirement for getting your grant money)

We'll be accepting proposals on a rolling schedule. We expect to pay
out these first 10 grants over the course of the summer. Depending on
how things go, we'll then either find more money for more grant
programs or we'll wind up the program and move on to other endeavors.

We're really excited to get rolling. Submit your proposals early and
often. Don't let somebody else beat you to the punch ;)



Cheers, Dongxu

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