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- Tue Nov 03 2015 10:43 pm
- Forum: Developers
- Topic: Looking for C++ Gui Library
- Replies: 2
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Hi Clas, Thank you for your question. We very much appreciate your interest, and it sounds like your goals are in line with those of the CopperSpice project. Please note that in the video you reference, the one comparison graph shown displays the number of symbol relocations in a shared library. Sym...
- Sat Aug 08 2015 4:38 am
- Forum: Installation
- Topic: Installing for the case sensitive HFS+ on OS X
- Replies: 1
- Views: 6273
Thank you very much for your contribution! We have applied your change and it will be in the next release of CopperSpice.
Hello, It's probably better to open a new topic on this but I've done some work on CMake support in my personal fork of the copperspice repo at GitHub in case you are interested. It is work-in-progress but most components build with the exceptions being CsMultimedia, CsDeclarative and CsWebKit (...
That is true that we did not backport the Qt5 platform abstraction layer. Our intent is to make CopperSpice portable by using C++11 features rather than hand write platform specific code. We feel that this is a better solution in the long term.
- Fri Jun 12 2015 5:55 am
- Forum: Enhancements
- Topic: pkg-config and cmake support
- Replies: 3
- Views: 12798
Hello to both of you and welcome to CopperSpice! Yes, pkg-config support is high on our priority list. We are well aware of how important it is for library users. Automake was chosen for a number of reasons, including platform support, cross-compilation support, integration with various package mana...
Thank you for your input and your question. We have received a number of requests to investigate the possibility of supporting CMake and we are in the process of doing so for the straightforward build scenarios. My experience of Autotools has been that it is the least bad option for complex cross-pl...