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File Date Author Commit
 lib 2017-01-06 <> <> [9772b8] fix qt4 build on qt <4.8
 COPYING 2011-08-20 benibela benibela [bd7872] gpl
 README.txt 2011-08-20 benibela benibela [bd7872] gpl
 qcodeedit.pri 2013-09-15 Tim Hoffmann Tim Hoffmann [0fc8bf] remove unused path
 qcodeedit_de.ts 2009-03-17 benibela benibela [48f7ae] made singleapplication single threaded (fixing ...
 qcodeedit_fr.ts 2009-03-17 benibela benibela [48f7ae] made singleapplication single threaded (fixing ...

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        QCodeEdit, copyright (c) 2006-2008 Luc Bruant aka fullmetalcoder,
                  is a free and open source software
  QCodeEdit sources are part of Edyuk and thus GNU General Public License (GPL)
  version 2 (or is it 3? probably 3), as published by the Free Software Fondation, applies to them.


QCodeEdit is a project aiming at the creation of a flexible and powerful text
editing framework for Qt4. It has started as a sub-project of Edyuk, copyright (c)
Luc Bruant, a free and open source IDE. As it proved successful it is also
released as a standalone library to make it easy for everyone to use such
a framework within other apps without having to reinvent the wheel.

Writing closed source applications with QCodeEdit is possible after buying a
proper license. For more informations about pricing and licensing conditions
please contact the author directly <>
Note that you will still need a Qt commercial license for that.

QCodeEdit depends on Qt 4.3, copyright (c) Trolltech AS , which can be downloaded at :

More information about Qt and Trolltech :

Hoping you'll like it.

The author would like to thank all the people who contributed to QCodeEdit in various ways :

 * testing, reporting bugs, making suggestions :
	Jeremy Sonander, from Saros Inc
	Phil Martinot
	Benito van der Zander
	Ulrich Van Den Hekke
	Boris Barbulovski
 * contributing patches :
	Jerome Vizcaino
	Benito van der Zander
	Boris Barbulovski

 * funding (by buying commercial licenses) :
	Saros Inc
	Movimento SE

 * spreading the word :
	Johan Thelin (posted a blog post that appeared on PlanetKDE)

(If you have been forgotten send an email to the author and the list will be updated)

IMPORTANT : If you encounter any sort of troubles trying to build or run QCodeEdit
please send a bug report with as many details as possible (including but not limited
to : OS, Qt version, compiler, QCodeEdit version, compile log, backtrace, ...) to the
team using either of these :
	* Edyuk task tracker on :
	* Edyuk webissues server (needs a WebIssues client) :
		- login		: anonymous
		- password	: anonymous
	* QtCentre dedicated thread in Qt Software section :

 >>> Building :
 this copy of QCodeEdit should be automatically build when you build TeXstudio

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