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Workflow - Project organizer
A project organizer made with Qt 5. It helps to keep track of projects where the order of task completion is important.
Github link, the source code is attached to releases.
There is also an in-app wiki, for further information read the project Readme on Github.
The two links - "Source code (zip)" and "Source code (tar.gz)" - contain only compiled binaries and resources for Windows. There's no source code for this project that I could find.
@kshegunov It is in the release description
Indeed, it is. I find it odd that the links that say "source" are with binaries, though.
@kshegunov Yes I know, but unfortunately I can't change it :/
Also, note that it doesn't compile cleanly with
g++. Here's what I get:
../Workflow/mainwindow.cpp: In member function 'void MainWindow::enableCurrentButtons()': ../Workflow/mainwindow.cpp:163:67: error: call of overloaded 'abs(std::vector<Task*>::size_type)' is ambiguous
@kshegunov Thanks for reporting the problem, I'll look at it
Well, there are more:
../Workflow/project.cpp:99:46: error: ambiguous overload for 'operator' (operand types are 'QString' and 'long int') tempByteArray[j] = fileString[fileIterator + j].digitValue();
You should compile it with
g++to get it fully working. Also drop that
int_fast32_twhich is everywhere in the code, use a regular integer or one of Qt's predefined
I compiled with g++ (using Qt) but I didn't get any of your compile error. Anyway I dropped
Well, I told you what the compiler had reported. I'd tried with Qt 5.9.1 and gcc 7.2.0.
Sure, and I thank you very much :) I compiled the code with Qt 5.9.1 and 5.10 and gcc from MinGW 5.3.0 32bit, now I'll try to download gcc 7.2.0. Maybe the one from MinGW is not up to date