If You want to update from Quick.Cart v3.3. Check changes using Total Commander. Select file in Quick.Cart v3.2 (first column) and the same file in Quick.Cart v3.3 (second column) and click in menu "Files" > "Compare by Content". You will find changes made by us.
HOW TO UPDATE FROM v3.1? You must first update to v3.2 http://opensolution.org/Quick.Cart/forum/?p=readTopic&nr=5533
gwmbox> you have support via email, any bug you encounter should be (according to licence) removed for free. As far as I know. Furthermore, there is not much functionality added in 3.3 compared to 3.1. Mostly small bugfixes.
well I cannot recall using it except to see how many licences we already have - but I guess it is nice to know its there :)
beholder> any bug you encounter should be (according to licence) removed for free. As far as I know. Furthermore, there is not much functionality added in 3.3 compared to 3.1. Mostly small bugfixes.
So 'any bug we encounter' and these are .mostly small bugfixes' are they?
Seems to me that the updates from 3.x to 3.x should be FREE then as they are bug fixes correct?
I know it will not change, I have had the same discussion with the dev's and they are not flexible in their licensing, their choice I know but that inflexibility has resulted in quite a number of sites I have developed use other software when I would have been happy to pay for the 3.x licence if it had free updates within the 3.x branch (to ensure they are bug free) and then a discount to go up to any 4.x branch.... kind of a way to keep your clients to keep coming back is it not......
bah might as well belt my head against the wall again....
gwmbox - hmmm it not 100% true that you written. because if we will find some serious bug we will inform customers about it. for example. Quick.Cart v2.x had some security bugs and we add bug fixes list: http://opensolution.org/Quick.Cart/forum/?p=readTopic&nr=4471 Even if you had v2.0 then you have tutorial how to fix bugs in this version.
This small bugs in v3.x are not serious and mostly they didn't change too much in code.
This is not topic to discouss this but thanks for suggestions and your "voice" :)
Why is it not true? Wether it is a serious bug or a simple bug it is a bug? If I and anyone else has bought software that has bugs and there are fixes for those bugs then they should be made available at no additional cost (imho).
treewood> you have tutorial how to fix bugs in this version
Well that is nice, but it would certainly be far more beneficial support wise to simple provide the less buggie version to your clients without having them trawl through any code to fix it themselves.
treewood> This small bugs in v3.x are not serious and mostly they didn't change too much in code
'small bug' large bugs, serious bugs... what is the difference they are bugs are they not? The resulting release which fixes any of these various sized bugs should again be made available to those that have that version that has bugs in it....
treewood> This is not topic to discouss this...
treewood> thanks for suggestions and your "voice" :)
I just hope my suggestions help and my voice is probably echoed by other users as well, I just tend to voice mine more in the open :)