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    Default We have decided to open source our software

    Software is QT based, run on both Qt4 and Qt5.

    If interested, you can download the software at http://www.geomarktech.com/

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    Default Re: We have decided to open source our software

    Why? Lack of sales? Not enough resources to continue supporting it as closed source? Something else?

    Thanks for making it LGPL!
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    Default Re: We have decided to open source our software

    Yes, not enough resources....

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    Yes, not enough resources....
    Yep, I know how that goes. Hope that means that other aspects of your business are doing well.

    Looks like a lot of useful graphics tools. Do you have a .pro / Makefile / CMakelists for building gsl on Windows with MSVC or know where I can find one?
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    Default Re: We have decided to open source our software

    Quote Originally Posted by d_stranz View Post
    Yep, I know how that goes. Hope that means that other aspects of your business are doing well.

    Looks like a lot of useful graphics tools. Do you have a .pro / Makefile / CMakelists for building gsl on Windows with MSVC or know where I can find one?

    Yes, it needs gsl and boost, which is under qframework/3rdParty/include, just uncompress boost.tar.gz & gsl.tar.gz into the same directory, you are good to go.

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    Default Re: We have decided to open source our software

    That looks nice!

    If it is usable as a library you could consider listing it at e.g. inqlude

    Cheers,
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    Default Re: We have decided to open source our software

    Quote Originally Posted by anda_skoa View Post
    That looks nice!

    If it is usable as a library you could consider listing it at e.g. inqlude

    Cheers,
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    Unfortunately, We don’t have resources for that

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