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(1) was only being done internally on x86 derived platforms. It was not done internally on hardware that natively uses 1's complement. This change breaks platform support and will eventually be undone. We understand your concerns about this issue and thank you for bringing them up. We talked with s...
- Tue Dec 05 2023 5:53 pm
- Forum: User Support
- Topic: Migration from MFC to CopperSpice
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1198
Werner, Thank you for reaching out to our team. We are looking forward to working with you and your company. I have migrated an application from MFC to use the CopperSpice libraries. All of the GUI windows had to be re-implemented and there are two ways to do this. I choose to use our CsDesigner pro...
We would like to ask our CopperSpice users for feedback about moving from C++17 to C++20. This is a change we are going to make at some point, the question is simply when.
- Tue Nov 21 2023 2:08 am
- Forum: Issues
- Topic: "Rougue" click outside context menu gives segmentation fault
- Replies: 1
- Views: 937
Thank you for reporting this issue. Having all the details was fantastic. We will have someone on the team investigate.
- Sat Nov 11 2023 1:17 am
- Forum: Issues
- Topic: QInputDialog::getItem gives segmentation fault
- Replies: 2
- Views: 514
Thanks for submitting such a detailed report. It turns out a CopperSpice team member discovered this a few weeks ago. It only occurs on platforms using libc++ which affected us on Mac OS X and FreeBSD. The correction made it through CI and was pushed to github. If you build CopperSpice from the late...
The last time I looked at BSD (a while back) I noticed that CS had been packaged . . . I believe you meant to say FreeBSD which is a platform while BSD is a software license. Someone did add CopperSpice to FreeBSD but they modified our build files without discussing their changes. Sadly this build ...
Just so you know, adding CS to the Debian repository is not practical. We do not guarantee ABI stability for minor version updates. This would be an issue for the maintainers of Debian. Can you let us know us what issue would be solved by having CS in Debian? Maybe we can address your concern in som...
- Fri Nov 03 2023 7:11 pm
- Forum: Installation
- Topic: Debian 12 Bookworm CopperSpice 1.8.2 Binaries
- Replies: 6
- Views: 1837
Not sure if you have seen our CopperSpice Journal. It consists of several articles and 40 different examples. We have an article which provides a full explanation about how to build CS on every supported platform. There are also other ones which explain the basic CMake commands required to build an ...
If the Qt Company are using LGPL v3, why do open source users have extra restrictions (not in the license) such as not being able to use LTS versions and can only have updates after 12 months. Later versions of Qt 5 and all of Qt 6 are released under the dual license of GPL 3 and LGPL 3. They moved...
released my CopperSpice Casper Calendar app as GPLv2. Did you pick GPL because of other libraries you are using? . . external speech synthesizer such as espeak which is GPLv3 I guess I would need to change the Casper Calendar license to GPLv3 to be compatible so that both use the same license? 1 We...