QCAD in Ubuntu 19.10
126.96.36.199 / 15 October 2020
|Written in||C++, (Qt), ECMAScript|
|Operating system||Linux, macOS, Unix-like, Windows|
|License||GPLv3 and some proprietary license plugins|
Some of the interface and concepts behind QCAD are similar to those of AutoCAD.
Starting from version 3.7 QCAD is distributed as Professional Trial that works for a limited time, or as Community Edition as source code only, so users need to self compile or remove the QCAD Professional add-on running in trial mode.
QCAD operates on Linux, macOS [10.7 (Lion) or later], UNIX (FreeBSD, NetBSD), Solaris for x86 and SPARC, and Windows [8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000]. This is of importance for collaboration across a diverse computing environment.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to QCAD.|
- Comparison of CAD Editors for Architecture, Engineering and Construction
- LibreCAD, a fork of QCAD 2.0
- Official website
- qcad on GitHub
- A good tutorial for QCAD
- QCAD downloads for all platforms
- QCAD Community Forums
- KAD (KDE aided design) is a version of QCAD for the KDE Linux Desktop. See KAD - KDE aided design
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