A D&D 4e Combat Manager
Please note: this web-site is going down on 28 April 2017!!!
4eTurnTracker will continue to be hosted by Launchpad. Here you may download the lastest builds of the program (version 2.0.12) and you have access to the source code of the project.
Cost of this Web-site is 120 EUR per year. I have added a Donate button below, in case you would like to contribute to the the upkeep of the Web-site beyond April 2017.
4eTurnTracker continues to be a popular program, even though many are playing 5e these days. However, I am no longer using the program myself so I plan to invest the money I spend on this site into a new project! :)
Thanks, and all the best to the fans!
- Paul McCullagh
|4eTurnTracker goes Open Source!|
|Written by Paul McCullagh|
|Wednesday, 07 December 2011 21:09|
Not wanting to keep all the fun to myself I have decided to Open Source 4eTurnTracker! I don't know how many code hacking D&D hero's are out there, but I figure quite a few, we geeks are funny that way... :)
The source code is available from Launchpad: https://launchpad.net/4eturntracker, and is licensed under the Gnu Public License (GPL) 2.0. This means that you can use, modify or extend the code in any way, as long as you open source your changes.
So, if you are a programming whiz, a graphics genius or just an enthusiastic D&D player with some technical skills you are welcome to join me in building the best D&D Combat Manager ever!
Seriously, all help is welcome because there are tasks for all skill levels.
If you would like to join the new 4eTurnTracker "Code Warrior" Team, then contact me as usual through this Web-site, or just go straight to Launchpad and get started!
What you need to know: 4eTurnTracker is written in C++ using the excellent Qt framework. So experience with this environment would be of advantage. If not, no worries, Qt makes programming C++ almost as easy as using Java or even a scripting language.
Launchpad, where the code is now hosted, is an excellent platform, home to open source projects such as Ubuntu Linux, MySQL and Gearman. It uses bazaar, a distributed source code control system. Launchpad also includes Bug Tracking, "Blueprints" for feature planning and a Q&A Forum.
Contributions in these areas would also be very much appreciated!
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2011 22:49|