For Windows users

Two small notes for windows users:

  • Bocop 2.1.0 uses an updated MinGW version that may cause incompatibilities with previous Bocop packages. We advise windows users to uninstall previous Bocop/MinGW before installing Bocop 2.1.0 (renaming the MinGW folder should be enough, so that your old C:\MinGW does not conflict with …

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Bocop 2.0.5

Well, it took a bit longer than expected, but Bocop 2.0.5 is out ! More precisely the linux version comes first, windows and mac will follow. Note: when installing a new version of Bocop, the GUI will retain the settings from the previous version, such as the current problem loaded …

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Bocop 2.0.4

Bocop 2.0.4 is out. This is mostly a bugfix release. Main changes include:

  • Bug fix / feature removal: removed the ability to edit the C++ function of the problem in Definition tab. The .tpp files can be handled by any text editor (qtcreator, gedit, notepad++, …). This feature had …

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GUI bugs

Hi everyone. Packages will be offline for a few days due to some bugs in the Qt GUI. For instance, the GUI can in some cases mix up the buffers for source files criterion.tpp and dynamics.tpp, which is quite annoying to say the least. Working on it for a 2.0.4 …

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2.0.3 bugfix

15 oct update: windows package was incorrectly linked to an empty file. Fixed. Packages for 2.0.3 are up again. In particular, problems written with previous problems should no longer fail to build due to the absence of the file ‘dependencies.cpp’ (you could also create an empty file as a quick …

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Using multiples versions/packages of Bocop

Dear users, It is quite possible to have several versions of Bocop on the same machine, for instance if you want to upgrade while keeping your previous version just in case. In this case, however, you have to make sure the Qt interface knows which package/version to use when building …

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