Friday, November 30, 2012

MuPuPriNT 2.1.1 Extended beta

You can now try out MuPuPriNT 2.1.1 Extended! Find it here.

This adds testing functionality for seven new types of numbers, so there is now a total of eleven numbers you can calculate and test.

I also fixed the screenshot capabilities and modified the way the Test button works. You won't notice anything on the GUI end, but behind the scenes there has been a great deal of code clean-up and modifications to make things run a lot smoother.

Additionally, this version introduces and prototypes a completely working unified testing interface. This means that instead of about twenty different files for testing each type of number, there are now about that many that can be used to test any number at all!

Future versions will be trimmed, source-code-wise, so that there are many fewer files in the project in general. This should also speed compilation time, which has been bothering me lately, and will also facilitate finally making a fully cross-platform version that can be built from source with qmake.

I'm almost there, actually - I just need to figure out how to get it to not link against Windows-specific libraries, for example, and then I should be able to start testing on my Mac and eventually a Linux machine as well!

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