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Dprog Support rated on 14 Dec 2013
[Version 2.1.2]

Dprog Support rated on 29 Jul 2013
[Version 2.0.9]

Dprog - Philippe Docourt (developer) commented on 21 Oct 2010
We do apologize if you are not the author of regexxer. However, the fact that this software editor critics one of the main components of our product is an amazing coincidence! Anyway...

For sure if three crashes happen while doing almost nothing, this is just unacceptable. Nevertheless, thinking that native Mac applications are exempt of any bug is a myth. Otherwise, why would Apple's developpers providing users with regular bug fixes? This is not only related to developper's skills, it's a fact in software development. I've been working on Mac OS X for a few years now and therefore experienced a few problems like yours (pretty rare to be honnest) .

You're right on that point, using crossplatform development tools doesn't allow us to achieve a seamless integration with all the platform-specific tricks, even if Qt is doing a great job. Further, the usage of crossplatform tools can also lead to unexpected bugs and even crashes in some rare circumstances (here is an example we recently faced: But, these drawbacks are the price to pay for providing users with a unique, consistent tool over many platforms.

We are working hard to support several version of several kinds of operating systems, but nobody is perfect and problems arise. Hence, developping good softwares without the user's feedbacks is not possible. That's why we ask you for your feedback on the circumstances where these crashes occur, even though your experience was disapointing.
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