Trial Full Version Professional Edition(English and German are supported languages)
Released on 6-October-2010
Released on 30-November-2010 (Intel only)
This version uses Qt/Cocoa®, which requires at least Mac® OS X 10.5 Leopard to be installed.
Released on 30-April-2010 (Universal Binary ppc/Intel)
This version uses Qt/Carbon®.
Free Full Version Professional Edition(English and German are supported languages)
Released on 1-December-2010 (Build on openSUSE 11.2)
(K)Ubuntu, Fedora, Gentoo, KNOPPIX, Slackware, Xandros, Linspire are expected to work as long you have installed the required Qt libraries (Qt >= 4.5). For UNIX based like FreeBSD please download and compile your KBasic from the source codes.
The Linux® version is free of charge for open source (GPL 3) Software.
It means that KBasic for Linux is free of charge, if you would like to use it for open source development released under the terms of GNU GPL Version 3 as published by the Free Software Foundation.
Source CodesFollow this link, which provides information and all source codes:
Installation on Linux®Make the installer file executable using your file manager(right click) and run it (left click).
If your PC does not show anything after clicking on the installer file, your system does not match the requirements or has not installed all needed software in the right location as Linux Standard Base (LSB) defines it!
Dependencies are (shared libraries, which you must have installed on your system at this location)
Expected release of Q7Basic V1 in May 2012 (with all KBasic major features).
Q7Basic is the successor of KBasic. Your KBasic license works with Q7Basic as well. Most of KBasic's features will be implemented in Q7Basic.
Q7Basic is the new language to write Qt based cross-platform software. If you have at least moderate knowledge in simple object-oriented concepts and the BASIC language, Q7Basic will not be difficult to write own applications soon.
• Compile to C++ binary code
• Thin runtime
• Common BASIC-like functions
• Clean and easy syntax
• Qt Designer supported
• Resource support
• Use of native C++ classes and widgets
• Direct Qt API access
• and much more
Where’s the fun using KBasic if others don’t know?Order a KBasic Professional License today, and support it! :-)
If you like KBasic or if you like what KBasic is doing for the Open Source community, please order now. :-)
V1.X is based on the newest Qt 4. Compiler, Runtime and IDE have been separated. The IDE has been recreated from scratch optimizing for the new Qt 4. The size of the runtime is now optimized and the stability has been greatly improved! It contains nearly all features of V1.5. The code browser has been improved, which automatically looks up for you when you are typing even user defined classes and functions.
In general, the IDE is optimized for performance and easy using. New controls has been added like date boxes. As well the property window has been updated and face lifted. Another new feature is that the IDE contains dock controls, which means you can easily change the position/size of individual dock windows.
Furthermore, a menubar designer and a toolbar designer, query by example, sql table relation overview and a prototype of report designer have been added. It comes with the new fully featured web browser control WebKit (based on Safari, Apple’s “Internet Explorer”), as well the new multi-media support for sounds, videos and more (based on Phonon), which means you can use mpeg vidoes or mp3 sounds in your application. Last but not least, it is prepared for the future, because it comes with Windows Vista look and feel.