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Moonlight application framework

The Moonlight application framework was originally created as the runtime framework of Moonlight|3D, but has evolved into a generic cross-platform application framework for modular applications based on Qt Jambi.

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Recent releases

  •  13 Oct 2009 09:41

    Release Notes: Apart from a set of bugfixes, this release provides better image file handling. The support for Radiance RGBE and OpenEXR images has been improved considerably.

    •  21 Jan 2009 06:42

      Release Notes: A bug was fixed that prevented property sheets from working with floating point values when the system locale did not have "." as a decimal separator. Also, a color wheel and hue/value plane have been added to the color dialog.

      •  03 Jan 2009 20:04

        Release Notes: In addition to bugfixes, this release contains two new plugins: a command stack which can manage undo and redo for an application and support for an XML document format that is extensible through plugins.

        •  21 Jun 2008 13:14

          Release Notes: This release brings some bugfixes as well as a new color selection dialog and improvements to the property sheet implementation: it is now a plugin and each property sheet instance can now take a different set of default editors overriding the global defaults. Also, it is now possible to define property labels in sheet definition files, making these sheets much more user friendly.

          •  05 Jan 2008 21:06

            Release Notes: A Hungarian transation was added. Bugfixes were made in the property sheet. The Exception dialog now displays the stack trace in a textbox (enabling copy and paste of the trace).


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