[Lazarus] Beyond Compare finally moved to LCL

leledumbo leledumbo_cool at yahoo.co.id
Sat Jun 27 08:38:11 CEST 2015

> Their OSX version which was the first version to use LCL, also 
> has a lot of customisations and fixes applied over the stock LCL. They 
> ported some of their own Qt3 code to LCL used in BC - all to improve the 
> usability under OSX. Then the move from OSX to Linux wasn't straight 
> forward either. LCL-Qt was chosen on both platforms to get some 
> improvement on consistency. They assured me it wasn't just a matter of a 
> recompile. :)

That's actually kinda expected. People with urgent needs will move much
faster, and that's what makes our framework better. We actually need even
more commercial companies whose employees are as skillful as scooter
software, so the "work on free time only" paradigm that FPC & Lazarus
developers use can be pushed by those companies becoming the contributors
instead of just users. They get their product done, we got our bu gs fixed
and hopefully some new features, too :)

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