After a long delay, partly because it took quite long to put SMSQ/E v3.38 together, a new QPC2 has finally been released. It took so long that my expensive code signing certificate has expired again, so it was actually only used for a single release 🙁 But I bought another one, so this release is… Read More »
As a developer I wouldn’t exactly say that I thrive on pressure but it certainly is an important element in getting stuff done. QPC2 v5 has been in the works for over three years and I wanted to release it for almost as long, but there has always been this one more bug to fix… Read More »
Every year I take the birthday of my daughter as an incentive to get stuff out of the door. So this year I present to you: QPC2 v4.05 This is mostly a bugfix release. It includes the latest SMSQ/E 3.28. One option was added that instead of a fixed resolution it can use the maximum… Read More »
In my last post I lied that regarding the QMovie player “I’m done here”. OK, to my defense, even I didn’t know that I’m not done yet. So today I present to you QMovie v2.0: The details and downloads are on a dedicated QMovie page.
This has been superseded by QMovie v2 QMovie is a quick&dirty full colour movie player including sound for QPC. I really didn’t have the time to write this, but sometimes an idea latches itself into my head and I can’t let go until I have done something about it. So the target for this was… Read More »
Sometimes things happen out of the blue. I haven’t heard from my fellow QL friend Peta Jaeger for years and yesterday he mailed me a complete ready-to-run distribution of QPC2 for MacOS X. Under the hood it employs the WINE Windows emulation layer, so QPC2 is of course still not a native Mac application, but… Read More »
A little over two years ago QPC2 v4 was made available for free to celebrate the birth of my little girl Marla. I wanted to release 4.03 for her first birthday but missed the date and then forgot about it (the changes weren’t that important anyway). So I planned to release what I have for… Read More »
… to this very website. According to a copy I obtained from Archive.org my website had its 18th birthday yesterday (back then it was under a different URL which I won’t disclose here because of embarrassment and stuff). I wanted to celebrate this by releasing a new version of QPC, but unfortunately one last minute… Read More »