Wt & JWt 3.3.0 !

by koen on Monday, April 8, 2013 @ 21:23

More than a few weeks late, we apologize, but all the better for it: 3.3.0 !

Here are the main links:

18 comments
anonymous one year ago
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anonymous 2 years ago
Hi, Great work!
Just a thing, I can't get the update password to work in you blog example. Running 3.3.0
anonymous 2 years ago
This has been fixed since in git.
anonymous 2 years ago
Thanks for the great release.
But there is one strange thing. When using WTreeView with some widgets (buttons, checkboxes) the widgets are now placed at the worng places. Widgets in the same column are not alinged to each other anymore and sometimes they are also not aligned to the row/ leaf they belong to.
Is there a way to use WtreeViews with tables instead of lists as before?
anonymous 2 years ago
Hey, can you file this as a bug with a test case or at least some screenshots?
anonymous 2 years ago
Awesome toolkit!
anonymous 2 years ago
Is this the stable 3.3.0 release ?
koen 2 years ago
Yes it is. This is the final 3.3.0 release.
anonymous 2 years ago
Thanks for confirmation.
Why did you get rid of WT_TEMPLATE_FUNCTION macro ?
koen 2 years ago
It wasn't needed anymore (for JWt). It wasn't documented either ?
anonymous 2 years ago
You mean in the release notes ? No, it doesn't appear as a change... I suppose the cast the the macro did would be done manyally when calling addfunction() (e.g. addFunction("tr", &Wt::WTemplate::Functions::tr);)
anonymous 2 years ago
sorry, I see now it wasn't a cast, it was just a shortcut for &Wt::WTemplate::Functions... probably is not much difference without it but I had a lot of code using the template so I had to change it.
anonymous 2 years ago
I am an embedded system programmer. Now when I want to develop a web based product, I realized that I have to learn so many new languages and frameworks. Finding Wt was like a gift of having another life! Or perhaps, its like, I got a cheatcode :) You guys are doing a great job, you are my rockstars!
anonymous 2 years ago
apologies accepted. )
Just joking. What a great product!
anonymous 2 years ago
Congrats, keep up the awesome work. I love what you're doing and looking to start a business building web sites/apps with Wt.
anonymous 2 years ago
Congratulations for this great release guys ! Keep up the excellent work !
anonymous 2 years ago
new WColor("red") (or any other string name) does not seem to work now
Anyway, thanks for the great toolkit, I wish more people would know about this gem :)
anonymous 2 years ago
WColor("red") should work, really? What wrong behaviour do you observe?