New release 5.5.5 of Therion

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New release 5.5.5 of Therion

Postby Martin Sluka » Dec 25, 2020 2:57 pm

Therion 5.5.5 (2020-12-22):

For repository of Therion check https://github.com/therion/therion

therion:
* updated Italian translation [#308]
* fixed bug with statistic explo/topo/carto/copyright <number>
* fixed bugs related to an undefined Area of Use, which should be used
in Proj transformations
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Re: New release 5.5.5 of Therion

Postby Tlaloc » Dec 26, 2020 9:03 am

The reason that Graphical User Interfaces were invented was so that users wouldn't have to run programs with command-line interfaces - like Therion. You really can't expect Mac users to use a command-line interface. The Integrated Development Environment for the Mac is XCode. It's very easy to develop a Mac interface with XCode / Interface Builder. It's easy to call terminal commands from C/Objective C. Also you could build the program as a build phase in XCode, saving users from the trouble of having to build the application. You should build Therion as a modern application bundle with a rich GUI.
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Re: New release 5.5.5 of Therion

Postby Martin Sluka » Dec 26, 2020 10:30 am

Tlaloc wrote:You should build Therion as a modern application bundle with a rich GUI.


Dear friend, I'm a Mac user. From year 1992.

To build Therion as a modern application bundle with a rich GUI, no one is obstructing you. But the conditions are it will be free, multi-platform and back compatible.

What is more important than rich GUI is analysis of problem of documentation of complex cave systems. And that is the main reason I use Therion.
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