Hi,

As I wrote before: "I'll start to move the libraries I've written from GPL to LGPL to allow more freedom on their usage."

The LangLib library has now been moved to LGPL license without any additional changes.

The development will continue under this license, but of course the GPL version stays available for download.

An to the next library..

Hi,

As I wrote before: "I'll start to move the libraries I've written from GPL to LGPL to allow more freedom on their usage."

The LangLib (MultiDB) library has now been moved to LGPL license without any additional changes.

The development will continue under this license, but of course the GPL version stays available for download.

An to the next library..

Going LGPL

Hi,

I'll start to move the libraries I've written from GPL to LGPL to allow more freedom on their usage.

The other software will stay with their original licenses.

This should happen within in the next few weeks.

Hi,

As I wrote before: "I'll start to move the libraries I've written from GPL to LGPL to allow more freedom on their usage."

The PosLib library has now been moved to LGPL license without any additional changes.

The development will continue under this license, but of course the GPL version stays available for download.

An to the next library..

Hi,

I'm proud to release a new library called PosLib - A library for storing and loading application's window positioning.

Features

  • Supports both WPF and WinForms
  • Customizable control property values can be saved, such as column width, e.g.
  • Full XML documentation including private or internal methods, properties, etc..
  • Sample application for both Windows forms and WPF are included.
  • Support for multiple "name" referencing in the order of Uid (WPF only), Name and Tag=Name="controlName"
  • Reacts to screen setting change while the application is running, e.g. a monitor was disconnected
  • Reacts to form / window resize during run-time to prevent a placement to an invalid location
  • A form / window state (Minimized, Maximized, Normal) is saved

 

Happy programming tongue-out