I’m wondering if we have to switch to 6.2.
Some problems are known in 6.1, some little bugs, some features not
perfectly managed, etc…
The biggest hole in 6.1 was certainly about development tools, and 6.2
seems to greatly fill the gap.
Technically, It seems to be interesting to switch to the last version.
But I think there is a big problem with the price and the way that QSSL
see its product.
It seems that there is no update prices. Why?
To buy a QNX Momentics SE is very expensive compare to the price of a
qrtp 6.0/6.1 licence.
The PE version’s price is absolutely dissuasive.
Maybe it’s a ‘market price’ but is there lot of companies agree to pay
the ticket for 5, 10 or even more developpers?
Why there is no possibility to exploit floating licences for the IDE?
I think that QSSL took a strange bend!