The IDE on my Mac from Dec. 2018 is v4.0, but the version available for download is v2.2.0, although surely far more recent. This isn’t very important, but may I ask the rationale behind the version numbering for the IDE?
That would be a bug. Where do you see that?
If you Get Info on the application, it says v4.0. I just noticed that if I go ahead and run it anyway, the app says it’s v2.2.0 in the About box. So, it’s just the Info box from the Finder that shows 4.
Mmm, I can’t control what finder says.
Well, it’s built into the app. The Finder pulls that information from a Mac application’s package assets. I haven’t dived into the source for either the camera or the IDE yet, but I can take a look at it when I get a chance.
How is the IDE written? I presume it is a native Cocoa application, right? Or is it some Java thing? If it’s Cocoa, then surely whoever is overseeing the Mac project knows how to set the Finder information. I used to be good at this stuff – twenty years ago. I didn’t really jump on the OS X bandwagon.
I’ll look at it at some point to see what I can find out.
Ah, I see. It’s some cross-platform wrapper around QT. I’m not familiar with that approach to application design. I should really try to jump in here at some point to see if I can help out some.