The QPL 6 development software is supplied as a Komodo Edit and Komodo IDE add-on for the following operating systems:

When installed in Komodo, you may use the QPL 6 software to start a new web survey project, and then edit and buiold build a local test version of the web site. When you are ready, you can build a production version that runs on a web server. After collecting data on your web site, you can use it to build build statistical files to analyze the data you export from your project web site.

Documentation on installing the software as a Komodo add-on is provided below. Documentation on building, deploying, administering, and analyzing projects may be found on this website.

To run your project on a web server, you must also install the server setup files which can be exported from the Komodo QPL add on using the "Tools > QPL6 > Get QPL server configuration files" menu command in Komodo after you have installed it..

Also see the copyright and user support information at the bottom of this page.

(2018-02-20 6.3.146)

Komodo Edit and Komodo IDE

A new QPL Add-on for Komodo Edit and Komodo IDE has been developed. This editor will let you develop QPL projects in one "write, compile, and view" environment. This is installed in Komodo the same way as a Firefox Add-on (and requires the Microsoft Redistributal Package for Windows).

Komodo Edit/IDE 8.5 Komodo Versions 8.5 to 11.0


qplkomodo.xpi

(1750 Kb)
MD5 Sum:
f1c166c098c448c34a4a2e0a5df4b79b
The qplkomodo.xpi will install all of the QPL 6 project development tools into the Komodo editoras an add-on. Komodo must be installed on your system before you may install this add-on.

1. Launch Komodo and open this page, if necessary.

2. Drag the qplkomodo.xpi from this page and drop it on the Komodo window.

3. Click the "Restart Komodo" link.

4. After Komodo restarts, open the Extensions view in the Add-ons dialog box: "Tools > Add-ons > Extensions."

5. Click the "QPL6 Wrapper" add-on, and then click the "Options" (Windows) or "Preferences" (Linux/Mac) button.

6. On the "QPL6 Preferences" dialog box, select your operating system and then click "OK."

7. Close the Add-ons dialog box.

You may now access the QPL6 development software from the Komodo "Tools > QPL6" menu option.


vcredist_x86.exe

(1.7 Mb)
If you will be using the QPL Komodo Add-on on a Windows computer, you may also need to install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 Redistributable Package (x86). This only needs to be installed the on your computer the first time you install the QPL Firefox Add-on. You do not need to install it again if you later install an updated QPL Firefox Add-on.

Click on the link to the left to go to the Microsoft web site to download and install this package.

Copyright and User Support

The QPL software was developed by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, an agency of the U.S. Government, and thus is not copyrightable. You may freely copy and use the software and documentation, though at your own risk.

While GAO can not provide extensive end-user support, we are happy to provide answers to emailed questions and will use them to update the FAQs on this site. The documentation, however, is very extensive and the source code for all the files that run your questionnaire on your server are provided in the set up programs or are generated when you compile your questionnaire programs. An experienced PHP and MySQL programmer can readily examine these files to diagnose problems or discover how a new feature may be added. And we are, of course, interested to get suggestions for improvements or hear of innovative ways that you used the software.

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