Here we are, continuing to explore the code of calculators! Today we are going to take a look at the project called SpeedCrunch, the second most popular free calculator.
is a high-precision scientific calculator featuring a fast, keyboard-driven user interface. It is free and open-source software, licensed under the GPL and running on Windows, Linux, and macOS.
The source code is available on BitBucket
. I was somewhat disappointed by the build documentation, which could be more detailed. It says that you need «Qt 5.2 or later» to build the project, but it actually required a few specific packages, which wasn't easy to figure out from the CMake log. By the way, it is considered a good practice nowadays to include a Dockerfile into the project to make it easier for the user to set up the development environment.