I am recently writing an application for the openSUSE Weekly News Team with Qt
C++ which should get the statistics and so on.
It downloads the
picture, but I don't know how to read out the text. Jan (dl9pf) made a Python
script which reads out the text, but I don't know how to manage it with C++.
I know I could introduce the python script, but I think that isn't the nicest
way to do it.
It should download the source from the https://users.opensuse.org site, to
read out the statistics (how many users etc), but I just get:
<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>Novell iChain</TITLE></HEAD><BODY><b><p>Your old browser
does not support a 302 Redirect.</b></BODY></HTML>
How can I avoid that?
Probably the hardest question. How can I login myself through the program on
opensuse.org and to upload the translated news to the weekly news site (I
thought about the QHttpHeader, but I am not sure if it would work).
mfg / best
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How do i get the PID of a process by the process-name?
I'm looking for the same thing pgrep does, but as a C-function.
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