Quarter /

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update tags
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Property reset, and bugfix.
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The installation path for the Quarter library was always set to CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX/lib that is not always correct for linux systems with x86_64 architecture. Now the path for the RUNTIME|LIBRARY|ARCHIVE Quarter library targets is left to the underlying CMAKE_INSTALL_{BIN,LIB,LIB}DIR variables as initialized from the inclusion of GNUInstallDirs cmake macro.
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fixed issue #5
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added ChangeLog placeholder.
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More boost removal.
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Quarter 1.0.0 build systems sync
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change autoconf datadir to datarootdir and add htmldir and frameworkdir.
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updated some doc files
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updated README and added a couple of platform-specific versions
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updated some doc files
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CMake fixes. Now generates config.h (stripped version, but most of the file is garbage).
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bootstrap with updated compatible autotools versions.
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invoke AC_CANONICAL_SYSTEM before the msvc compiler check to get the $host
                           Quarter 1.0.0

                Copyright 1998-2008  Systems in Motion



Quarter is a light-weight glue library that provides seamless
integration between Systems in Motions's Coin high-level 3D
visualization library and Trolltech's Qt 2D user interface library.

Qt and Coin is a perfect match since they are both open source, widely
portable and easy to use. Quarter has evolved from Systems in Motion's
own experiences using Coin and Qt together in our applications.

The functionality in Quarter revolves around QuarterWidget, a subclass
of QGLWidget. This widget provides functionality for rendering of Coin
scenegraphs and translation of QEvents into SoEvents. Using this
widget is as easy as using any other QWidget.

Release 1.0.0

Release 1.0.0 is the first major release. Quarter 1.0 is only usable
with Coin-3.x and Qt-4.x

See the file NEWS for the summary of changes, and the file ChangeLog for
the detailed list.

See the file INSTALL for installation instructions, and the README.*
files for platform-specific notes.