DynamicScope wrote:1. Does you product support both DWG, DXF?
Yes, if QCAD is compiled with the Teigha libraries (opendesign.com). If you are planning to extend / modify QCAD using C++, you will most likely need a Teigha license in addition to the QCAD Developer license. If you only extend / modify QCAD through its scripting interface, no QCAD Developer or Teigha licenses are required but your end users will need a valid QCAD user license.
DynamicScope wrote:2. Does it also support SHP file format?
No, not at this point.
DynamicScope wrote:3. Can 1 developer license deploy many products?
Yes (for some Teigha licenses, restrictions apply).
DynamicScope wrote:4. Could I use it in C#? (using interop. or etc.)
More information about QCAD 3 Scripting is available at:
http://www.ribbonsoft.com/doc/qcad/3.0/ ... index.html
And in this forum at: