OpenRQ is a requirement management application that (attempts to) support versioning, branching and hierarchies. It runs on Linux, macOS and Windows and is written in Go with the help of Qt and qt (the Go bindings for Qt and Qt itself have the same name).
Compile and Run
First, install Go, Qt and qt.
Any Qt version 5.12 or newer should work, just make sure to generate bindings for Qt 5.12.0.
If you are on Linux, install the packages through your package manager and on macOS, install the
packages with Homebrew.
After that, you can simply download OpenRQ with
go get and run it with
The main source code is located in
/ as Go files. Here is what all the files contain:
|datacontext.go||Connection between Go code and the underlying project database|
|edititem.go||Dialogs and handling of editing items|
|icons.go||Mapping to system icons and custom bitmap icons|
|mainview.go||The main view for drawing the tree|
|mainwindow.go||Everything related to the window, except for the main view|
|project.go||Handling of loading and parsing projects|
|tabledata.go||All tables used in the underlying project database|
|tree_test.go||Unit testing for tree creation and editing|
|updater.go||Update checker, and previously auto updater|
|validation_test.go||Unit testing for validation engine|
The other files and folders are as follows:
|.vscode/||Specific settings for Visual Studio Code, the environment used in development|
|.gitignore||Git ignore file for project and temporary files|
|license||GPL 3.0 license|
|third_party.md||Third-party licenses and links to source code|