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Just trying to build Cs on raspberry pi (Pi4 8GB). Looks like the build system does not like it much As per our CS Overview Documentation, raspberry pi is not currently a supported platform. The following is a link to the list of what we support and test in our CI. https://www.copperspice.com/docs/...
- Mon Apr 19 2021 12:55 am
- Forum: Installation
- Topic: update apt-get commands for debian/ubuntu
- Replies: 1
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could the commands listed in docs be updated to a directly copy-pastable We are bit confused since we do have a "package install command" for all Unix platforms underneath each table. You can copy and paste to a script on your system. https://www.copperspice.com/docs/cs_overview/requirements-unix.h...
. . . every place in the documentation where QByteArray is returned from something that could have been some form of a string the documentation needs to spell out what form the content is really in. What really messes things up for this code and that answer is the loss of isHighSurrogate() This cod...
Theoretically CopperSpice could be a path forward for them, depending on any porting issues. The bulk of the support contract buyers, at least those with deeper pockets, need 15+ year LTS, not 7. Thanks for letting us know that Red Hat version 6 or 7 has a option for a new compiler. We checked this...
At any rate, the real question here is two fold: 1) Can CopperSpice build on RHEL 6? 2) When built on RHEL 6 will it have the full HiDPI support that exists on RHEL 6 Red Hat Enterprise Linux is an LTS only distribution. Version 6 was based on Fedora 12 from November 2010, which did not support C++...
If you manage to make CS creator with minimal adjustments that QT is too a stubborn refusal to add like basic tab for code and similar, you can bring a lot of users and developers' attention to your project. Thanks for your interest in the CopperSpice project. We hope you take a look at our CS libr...
- Wed Mar 31 2021 2:31 am
- Forum: Enhancements
- Topic: QString enhancement request
- Replies: 1
- Views: 2533
QString text( QByteArray( label ) ); It is "permissible" to do this but not recommended and is somewhat inefficient. Since "label" is a const char * there is no encoding specified in the data type. The proper way is to use one of the following two lines of code. If all the chars of label are in ASC...
Please provide the error messages you are seeing, hopefully just a few lines. If this is a long error message please email and we will review and then post something here.
- Mon Mar 22 2021 8:26 pm
- Forum: Developers
- Topic: A few questions regarding porting from Qt to CS
- Replies: 7
- Views: 3184
We have some new information about this thread which may be of value to other CopperSpice users. # Issue One If you are using MSVC and your locale is not set to UTF-8 you will need to add /utf-8 to your CXX Flags. This is required to set the compiler run time encoding to UTF-8. Most C++ compilers al...
- Wed Mar 10 2021 11:28 pm
- Forum: User Support
- Topic: Static linking dependencies
- Replies: 4
- Views: 2177
use CopperSpice as UI for audio VST plugins Sorry, we are still trying to parse exactly what you want to do. I understand you have not done anything as of yet but just thinking about something. Are you asking if you can link some existing plugin with the CS libraries? This is not what a plugin is f...