Archive for December, 2005

And the suggestions roll in…

Friday, December 30th, 2005

To all the new folks finding their way to the site, welcome! I’d like to thank the many people who have begun sending in suggestions and bug reports. I’m eager to start working on implementing your good ideas. Some of the suggestions I hope to put in place quite soon, while others will take more [...]

0.9.4r1 Available

Thursday, December 29th, 2005

I uploaded a new beta last night. With this version I’ve modified the version number format slightly. I’d like to be able to distribute many small updates rather than wait for big ones, so I’ve appended a revision number to the main version number. I’ll try now to lay out a more concrete roadmap for [...]

0.9.3 Available

Sunday, December 18th, 2005

Beta version 0.9.3 is now available for download. Several bugs have been addressed and documentation is now bundled with the application. See the release notes for details. I had hoped to keep the download below 1 megabyte, but documentation takes up a lot of space. QLab minus the documentation is still well below the 1 [...]

Documentation, draft the first

Sunday, December 11th, 2005

The main body of documentation has been drafted, excepting the examples section and a more complete list of troubleshooting tips. The next release of QLab will include this documentation from the Help menu. To build these docs I’ve set up a handy makefile and a couple of shell scripts, so I only have to maintain [...]

It’s all about the infrastructure

Saturday, December 3rd, 2005

Hacking on the code, while the most fun, is not always the most urgent priority. In the last few weeks I’ve hardly even touched XCode at all. But now the diversion is nearly complete. Aside from the web site, both the QLab Tracker and the QLab Wiki are now up and running. You can use [...]

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