View Full Version : Qwt 5.0.0rc0

18th September 2006, 22:55
The first release candidate of Qwt 5.0.0 is avaliable from http://qwt.sf.net.

Qwt 5.0.0-rc0 has been tested on Linux/X11 with Qt 3.3.5 and the Qt 4.2.0 snapshot from today. Unfortunately I had not enough time to check it in other environments, but I wouldn't expect many problems as several people are using the code from CVS already.

There are almost 2 years since the last release, so I can't remember all changes. But here are some of the key features:

- Major redesign, improving the flexibility in many areas
- Qt4 support. (Qt3 is also supported, Qt2 has been dropped)
- Spectrograms, Contour Plots and other classes dealing with raster data
- Improved navigation: panning, ...

The packages can be downloaded here: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=13693.

Please report problems to the Qwt mailing list http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=13693 (prefered), or here.


19th September 2006, 12:52
Just given it a quick test on Windows 2K/Qt4.1.4/MinGW looks great! :D
Ran the examples and played with the designer plugin all worked fine and looked real good,

Great work!

4th January 2007, 23:44
Many THX for this usefull tool! it took me 1 day (!) to make this nice application and get the best mark for mathematical modeling course in my univercity. :) A lot of other homeworks wait for Qwt & Qt! ;)

19th February 2007, 06:01
i think u r online there

19th February 2007, 18:21

I'm using Qwt 5.0.0 in a research project to display channel (Energy) vs Counts spectra, two histograms at a time if necesary, and doing some peak fitting to a gaussian curve. At the moment, I'm working in the Linux/X11 version, with Qt 3.3.4, and It's working fine.

I'm planning to make a MS-windows XP version (some tests with Qt 3.2.3 and Borland compiler, worked also fine), and then Qt 4.2 versions for both plataforms.

The examples included, have been really great to help me understand how to use your lib.

Thank you very much!!!, and I will let you know if I can detect something wrong or have any Idea to improve the library.