I’m beginning my participation in this Forum today. I have a doubt. I have a Momentics/Neutrino 6.3 with SP2 license. It works magnificently. But in my application, once that I need to include a license for each sell of the product, I’d like to use the Neutrino 6.2.1 because it’s cheaper. I have seen all the compatibilities and new features of Neutrino 6.3 and I have concluded that for my application the version 6.2.1 will work well.
Somebody knows if I can compile and build a project in Momentics 6.3 to run into a Neutrino 6.2.1 target? I know that they share the same compiler (GCC 2.95.3) although the documentation says that the libraries are different between the two versions - libcpp.so.2 for the Neutrino 6.2 and libcpp.so.3 for the Neutrino 6.3.
I’ve already tried to create a symbolic link, but it’s useless.
Another little question. Is the ‘qconn’ utility available only at the Momentics Distribution? And can I make a connection between a Momentics 6.3.2 and a machine running the utility ‘qconn’ from the Neutrino 6.2.1?
Thanks in advance,