Announcement for Plugin Developers

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Re: Announcement for Plugin Developers

Post by ferdinand-paris »

That's odd. I was sure that it did when I added the extra forum 92, but it's not working now. Hmmmm.
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Re: Announcement for Plugin Developers

Post by ferdinand-paris »

Went back to scratch and constructed this simpler form, and it seems to work:

http://forum.corel.com/EN/search.php?se ... 5&fid[]=96

Using 90,92,93,94,95,96 didn't seem to work.
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Re: Announcement for Plugin Developers

Post by jknights »

ferdinand-paris wrote:Thank you for the new forum. What I am about to say might best be said there, once I have access.

A recompile is a pain. If the SDK is unchanged, or doesn't require changes to existing plugins then it's less of a pain.

Before ASP2 life was simpler. There were three development environments required. Most people could manage two and Jonathan Knights compiled for the Mac. With 64 bit there are now six development environments required. It's very hard for any of us to run six, or even four, if Jonathan is able to run both 32 & 64 bit Mac versions. (It may be possible to compile for 32 & 64 bit in the same OS environment, but I could never get it to work.)

So if another recompile is required, you're going to give us more help this time. A compile server would be a big help, if it gave us access to all the six development environments.

My plugins are open source, and you're welcome to compile them six times on my behalf.

I can confirm that I can compile to Mac 32 and 64bit platforms with QT4.7.4.
However I will need to retest everything when the move to QT5.4 happens.

I also have 32bit and 64 compile environments for Linux and Windows once again with QT4.7.4 so a move to QT5.4 will cause me some pain with testing etc.
That said once the job is done we will be in a more stable place.

A question. .................. QT version 6.2 exists now, would it not be better to do a jump to QT6.x
Still learning after all these years!
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Re: Announcement for Plugin Developers

Post by Arnfinn »

Alex Brazeau wrote:Upgrading AfterShot Pro to Qt 5.4
The biggest news pertains to an update that will have far reaching improvements for the AfterShot Pro family. In a coming update, currently scheduled for March 2015, we plan to upgrade to the latest version of the development framework on which AfterShot Pro is built—Qt.

As I’ve said a few times already, 2015 is a big year for the photo team. We're looking forward to more exciting developments around ASP in the year ahead and we're keen for you to be part of that.
Any progress on the QT upgrade, Alex? I would like to have more frequent status reports on what's happening behind the closed curtains in the dev hq. Any gossip, or bits and pieces will do great... :wink:
Long time AfterShot Pro & Bibble user...
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Re: Announcement for Plugin Developers

Post by kwazel »

It has been 4 years, is there still any hope? Anyone who has tried the Qt 5.4 SDK? I would like to give it a try as well but do not know how to get it.