Daniel Baum via Ql-Users wrote:
> Yes, but if the API has changed from version to version, then it WILL fail
> for some users who are using a different version to the one that I am
> writing for in my program.
> Therefore linking it seems like a good idea.

Unfortunately it isn't because it's not just a basic extension. The
functionality itself is implemented in globally visible "things" so
that it can be used from any language, the basic commands are just
wrappers for them.

So what would probably happen is that the linked copy would overwrite
any existing "things" with the same names and everything will crash
once you remove the job again because of dangling pointers.

> Whatever, I will update the program for the latest version and hope
> for the best.

If you find any bugs we can try to fix them.

>>> The other possibility is to update the QBase code, but for this I would
>>> need a manual, which seems to be unavailable (is it really still
>>> commercial?)

No, it isn't, I askes Jochen if I could release QMenu for free and he
agreed. I just didn't have the manual at hand for release and promptly
forgot about it.


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