Toby Rule wrote:How would you go about licensing a custom build for commercial distribution on a windows platform?
You would require a developer license to use the QCAD source code under a proprietary license. See:http://www.ribbonsoft.com/store/index.p ... cts_id=202
Note that this license is for the current version of QCAD (2.2) and for future versions (QCAD 3 is work in progress).
Toby Rule wrote:Also, is the user interface localized for simplified chinese? I could not find any localization information in the source except for encodings.
We're planning on providing localization for Simplified Chinese for QCAD 3. QCAD 3 will also support TrueType fonts in CAD drawings which makes supporting Unicode much easier.