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Using Qt5.8 compilation of the WASABIQtGui failed due to outdated qwt-library (as submodule):
WASABI-qwt-clone/qwt-code/qwt/src/qwt_transform.h:110: error: 'QT_STATIC_CONST' does not name a type
I decided to delete all related code and remove the submodule entirely for now. Alternatively, updating the submodule to the most recent version of qwt (6.1.2 or above) should resolve the issue as well, but..
This is a slightly improved version of the WASABI architecture that should run in MS Windows 7 (64bit) out of the box. Only the PADWindow presentation was prettified a bit and the "XYZ in 3D" checkbox behaves different from before.
Again, you may use the installer, which affords administrator rights, or you may choose to unzip the archive. Then double-click the file "WASABIQtGui.exe". Under Help->About you can check, if you really use version 0.7.1.
Don't forget to check here for file hashes before you start unpacking the archive or executing the installer:
This is the last version that compiled fine with Qt4.
Will switch to Qt5 today using the open source QtCreator with MinGW available here:
See also here for more information: