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The Qt-toolkit is a state of the art, plattform independend user interface design tool. It is contained in the [[Third Party Libraries|LibPack]] of FreeCAD, but can also be downloaded at [http://qt-project.org/downloads Qt project].
 
The Qt-toolkit is a state of the art, plattform independend user interface design tool. It is contained in the [[Third Party Libraries|LibPack]] of FreeCAD, but can also be downloaded at [http://qt-project.org/downloads Qt project].
  
==== InkScape ====
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==== Inkscape ====
Great vector drawing programm. Adhers to the SVG standard and is used to draw Icons and Pictures. Get it at [http://www.inkscape.org www.inkscape.org].
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Great vector drawing programm. Adheres to the SVG standard and is used to draw Icons and Pictures. Get it at [http://www.inkscape.org www.inkscape.org].
  
 
==== Doxygen ====
 
==== Doxygen ====
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==== The Gimp ====
 
==== The Gimp ====
Not much to say about the Gnu Image Manipulation Program. Besides it can handle .xpm files which is a very convenient way to handle Icons in QT Programms. XPM is basicly C-Code which can be compiled into a programme.
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Not much to say about the '''GNU Image Manipulation Program'''. Besides it can handle .xpm files which is a very convenient way to handle Icons in QT Programms. XPM is basically C-Code which can be compiled into a programm.
  
 
Get the GIMP here: [http://www.gimp.org/ www.gimp.org]
 
Get the GIMP here: [http://www.gimp.org/ www.gimp.org]
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=== Gitkraken ===
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This is a proprietary git GUI that is very helpful to learn how git works if you're interested in wanting to contribute to FreeCAD. Relevant pages to research:
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* [[Gitkraken]]
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* [[Github]]
  
 
=== Tools on Windows ===
 
=== Tools on Windows ===
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See [http://camstudio.org/ camstudio.org] for details.
 
See [http://camstudio.org/ camstudio.org] for details.
 
 
==== Tortoise SVN ====
 
This is a very great tool. It makes using Subversion (our version control system on sf.net) a real pleasure. You can throught out the explorer integration, easily manage Revisions, check on Diffs, resolve Confilcts, make branches, and so on.... The commit dialog itself is a piece of art. It gives you an overview over your changed files and allows you to put them in the commit or not. That makes it easy to bundle the changes to logical units and give them an clear commit message.
 
 
You find ToroiseSVN on [http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/ tortoisesvn.tigris.org].
 
  
 
==== StarUML ====
 
==== StarUML ====

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Tool Page

For every serious software development you need tools. Here is a list of tools we use to develop FreeCAD:

Platform independend tools

Qt-Toolkit

The Qt-toolkit is a state of the art, plattform independend user interface design tool. It is contained in the LibPack of FreeCAD, but can also be downloaded at Qt project.

Inkscape

Great vector drawing programm. Adheres to the SVG standard and is used to draw Icons and Pictures. Get it at www.inkscape.org.

Doxygen

A very good and stable tool to generate source documentation from the .h and .cpp files.

The Gimp

Not much to say about the GNU Image Manipulation Program. Besides it can handle .xpm files which is a very convenient way to handle Icons in QT Programms. XPM is basically C-Code which can be compiled into a programm.

Get the GIMP here: www.gimp.org

Gitkraken

This is a proprietary git GUI that is very helpful to learn how git works if you're interested in wanting to contribute to FreeCAD. Relevant pages to research:

Tools on Windows

Visual Studio 8 Express

Although VC8 is for C++ development not really a step forward since VisualStudio 6 (IMO a big step back), its a free development system on Windows. For native Win32 applications you need to download the PlatformSDK from M$.

So the Express edition is hard to find. But you might try this link

CamStudio

Is a Open Source tool to record Screencasts (Webcasts). Its a very good tool to create tutorials by recording them. Its far not so boring as writing documentation.

See camstudio.org for details.

StarUML

A full featured Open Source UML programm. It has a lot of features of the big ones, including reverse engeniering C++ source code....

Download here: staruml.sourceforge.net


Tools on Linux

TODO