unodgs Messages: 1354 Registered: November 2005 Location: Poland
- PocketPC support!
- 1.5 and 2.0 linespacing options to RichText/RichEdit (po, ph, pd in Qtf)
- TopWindow::TopMost, NoTopMost, IsTopMost
- New ImageView example
- Reference/RectTracker example
- Documented Format (ufff. that was hard...)
- a couple of new classes and new Image tutorial chapter
- RectTracker now supports tracking horz/vert lines in addition to rectangles
- LabelBox improvements:
fixed "no text" problem
fixed "text in horizontal line" problem
fixed "different text font" problem
fixed LabelBox in .usc
- TabCtrl "hot" problem, "hot" tab was not properly refreshed (to non-hot state) when moving mouse cursor up
- plugin/JPG seeking and error recovery
- Image scaler to be linear (non-seeking)
Unfortunately, at the moment, you need MSC8 for ARM... (Means - Visual Studio 2006 Pro ) Maybe somebody could investigate whether these do come as part of some MSC development SDK (e.g. MSC 8 can be now downloaded as part of .NET development kits).
We are still working on getting GCC/PocketPC working and integrated with U++.
I'm download this release (debian package) from sourceforge but don't work.
When I execute the ide the message is
/usr/local/bin/ide: /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libc.so.6: version`GLIBC_2.4' not found (required by /usr/local/bin/ide)
my linux is an ubuntu dapper and I can't find the package GLIBC_2.4
Anyone can help me?
Apparently the package has been built against a later glibc than yours and now depends on this later version, unnecessarily so.
The package should have been built on debian stable or against a LSB 3.1 sandbox under /opt or the APBUILD system from the autopackage project should have been used for building.
Sorry Nico, nothing you can do.
Need to wait for the package to be fixed.
In reality it is the glibc maintainer who is to blame for this crap. It's the boring seventies libc, leave your silly fingers from it already
I'm currently thinking about switching to Solaris. Having enough from these irresponsible linux kindergarten kids.
nicomesas Messages: 104 Registered: September 2006 Location: Barcelona, Spain
I have been able to cause that theide works in my ubuntu to dapper, but not that works well.
What I have done has been to compile theide with the IDE of version 605, then I have let have the incorrect reference to glibc_2.5.
The problem that there is now is that theIde thus compiled does not work correctly.
For example, the compiled version as GCC32.Force_speed.Gui is broken when the mouse happens superficially. The GCC32.Debug_full.Gui.Shared version is broken when Assit++ loads package.
I have proven to compile it with makefile but the result is the same one.
Perhaps the solution is in the suitable combination of GUI/GUI XLDF/GUI ULD/GUI USEMALLOC/GUI MT/GUI NOLIB with GCC32 Debug/GCC32 Optimal/GCC32 Size/GCC32 Speed. But I have not found any documentation on the matter in this forum nor in any other part.
(now we have subforums for users controls for eg.. not necessary, each control should have its own sticky topic)
I'm sorry but I do not think so. Instead I believe that the forum is well structured and one can find what he needs quickly. I still remind the mess I found the first time I visited it. I spent some hours to find a simple but specific thing after reading many... really many useless threads for my purpose.
Perhaps now the new user should look better where to post, but this is nothing, I think, in comparison to the time gained in finding the right topic and answer.
Improvement are of course possible (maybe removing some subfolder) but the general structure should be preserved.