Some KDE-related hacking
Since porting HTML display engines from one place to another is all the rage these days, I did a little hacking on one of the oldest forms of the art:
KDE's kdenox module contains konq-embed, which is, among other things, a port of KHTML to almost-pure-Qt (I think).
So, I am hacking to make that really-pure-Qt.
So, it's basically porting KHTML from KDE to Qt.
Why? Because I want a decent HTML widget for PyQt that doesn't require kdelibs. So people using PyQt/Win32 can use it, for instance.
I don't know if it will work (hacking C++ code is almost painful to me nowadays).