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QScintilla

QScintilla is a port of the Scintilla C++ editor class to the Qt GUI toolkit.

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  •  28 May 2014 17:01

    Release Notes: This release adds the QsciLexerAVS and QsciLexerPO classes. The Python bindings can now be cross-compiled to iOS and Android.

    •  16 Mar 2014 10:06

      Release Notes: This is primarily a minor bugfix release, but also adds support for Android, iOS, and retina displays.

      •  08 Nov 2013 16:09

        Release Notes: This release is based on Scintilla v3.3.6.

        •  17 Jun 2013 09:26

          Release Notes: This minor release adds support for PyQt v5.

          •  03 Mar 2013 16:22

            Release Notes: This is a minor bugfix release which also adds support for building against the final release of Qt v5.0.

            Recent comments

            25 Jun 2003 00:49 mattscape

            Mac Version
            Could someone provide a binary for the mac os x ?
            Since the libraries are gpl too http://www.trolltech.com/newsroom/announcements/00000131.html ?

            I would but I'm on a dial up right now ...

            23 May 2003 01:56 philthompson

            Re: qt on mac

            >
            > %
            > % % I hope this comment / question fits
            >
            > % % here. If not someone point me please
            >
            > % % where this belongs.
            > % %
            > % % So this port requires qt ?
            > % % Afaik this is library is only free
            > for
            > %
            > % % linux !?
            > % % So do I have to buy that library ?
            > % % Does anyone succesfully comiled it
            > on
            > %
            > % % macos 10.2 ?
            > % %
            > % % (This editor working on my mac ? A
            > % dream
            > % % comes true !)
            > %
            > %
            > % Yes, it requires Qt.
            > %
            > % It is free when used with a free
            > version
            > % of Qt.
            > %
            > % It should compile unchanged under
            > % MacOS/X.
            > %
            > % Phil
            >
            >
            > If someone backport it to QT 2.3, which
            > is also available on Win32
            > (non-commercial), can it then be used
            > for GPL apps on Windows?
            > I am interested on an free port to
            > windows since I have developed an
            > QScintilla based app (CUTE) on linux,
            > which i like to port to win32.
            >
            > Heiko


            No. The Qt non-commercial license is incompatible with
            the GPL.

            Phil

            07 May 2003 06:07 heicom

            Re: qt on mac

            >
            > % I hope this comment / question fits
            > % here. If not someone point me please
            > % where this belongs.
            > %
            > % So this port requires qt ?
            > % Afaik this is library is only free for
            >
            > % linux !?
            > % So do I have to buy that library ?
            > % Does anyone succesfully comiled it on
            >
            > % macos 10.2 ?
            > %
            > % (This editor working on my mac ? A
            > dream
            > % comes true !)
            >
            >
            > Yes, it requires Qt.
            >
            > It is free when used with a free version
            > of Qt.
            >
            > It should compile unchanged under
            > MacOS/X.
            >
            > Phil


            If someone backport it to QT 2.3, which is also available on Win32 (non-commercial), can it then be used for GPL apps on Windows?
            I am interested on an free port to windows since I have developed an QScintilla based app (CUTE) on linux, which i like to port to win32.

            Heiko

            24 Oct 2002 05:55 philthompson

            Re: qt on mac

            > I hope this comment / question fits
            > here. If not someone point me please
            > where this belongs.
            >
            > So this port requires qt ?
            > Afaik this is library is only free for
            > linux !?
            > So do I have to buy that library ?
            > Does anyone succesfully comiled it on
            > macos 10.2 ?
            >
            > (This editor working on my mac ? A dream
            > comes true !)


            Yes, it requires Qt.

            It is free when used with a free version of Qt.

            It should compile unchanged under MacOS/X.

            Phil

            26 Sep 2002 14:16 mattscape

            qt on mac
            I hope this comment / question fits here. If not someone point me please where this belongs.

            So this port requires qt ?
            Afaik this is library is only free for linux !?
            So do I have to buy that library ?
            Does anyone succesfully comiled it on macos 10.2 ?

            (This editor working on my mac ? A dream comes true !)

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