Video Brewtarget 1.0b (free, open source brewing software)

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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qh4GWI_EUxE]YouTube - Brewtarget 1.0b Demonstration[/ame]

Think there's any use for this around here? Completely free and open source. Works in Linux, Mac, and Windows (this demo is Linux/Ubuntu). The website is at sourceforge. However, this version has not yet been released, but it will be very soon.
 

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hmm, I've only ever used qbrew on linux, but I'll look this up and give it a shot.
 

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I'll install it. Are we compiling from source, or are you doing ubuntu releases or what?

:rockin:

If I had some spare time, I'd mos def help. We'll see if something itches at me when I use it. Might see a patch coming from me :)
 
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I'll install it. Are we compiling from source, or are you doing ubuntu releases or what?

:rockin:

If I had some spare time, I'd mos def help. We'll see if something itches at me when I use it. Might see a patch coming from me :)
I'm definitely looking for C++/Qt developers. Since I haven't compiled the version shown in the video for the different platforms, you'll have to get the source in the subversion repository on its webpage. Just use the normal "./configure && make && make install".
 

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Nice looking program that seems pretty simple to use and straightforward. I'll definitely give this a try. Thanks!
 

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so why did I need to do that? Shouldn't ./ execute it regardless of the permissions?
 

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as to the software, a suggestion would be to allow for drop downs in the ingredients list instead of having to go to the side and hit add.
 

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so why did I need to do that? Shouldn't ./ execute it regardless of the permissions?
No, ./configure will execute it regardless of whether you have . in your PATH or not (having it is generally a bad idea, though not a big deal on a non-shared computer).

It still needs to be executable, or run through the interpreter explicitly.
 
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