Articles tagged with #qt




Experimental cross compiling Qt in Debian packages

[Some time ago we the Qt/KDE team were contacted by [Helmut Grohne. He was trying to cross compile Debian packages in general thanks to Ubuntu/Debian's multi-arch support, and he was having problems with Qt-based ones.]{style="background-color: white;"}]{style="font-family: inherit;"} [[ ]{style="background-color: white;"}]{style="font-family: inherit;"}[[As …



Removing Qt 4 from Debian testing (aka Buster): some statistics

I have just looked upon our Qt 4 removal wiki page to see how we are doing. Out of 438 bugs filled: 88 (20.09%) have been already fixed by either porting the app/library to Qt 5 or a removal from the archive has happened. On most cases the …



Qt 4 and 5 and OpenSSL1.0 removal

Today we received updates on the OpenSSL 1.0 removal status: \ \ So those removal bugs' severities will be raised to RC in aproximately a month. We still don't have any …



Qt 4 removal in Debian testing (Buster)/unstable

[We have been announcing it: we are going to remove Qt 4 during the Buster cycle.]{style="font-size: x-large;"} Or at least that's the best outcome we can expect. Removing a very highly used library is hard, as Qt4's Webkit has proved. Qt 4 is long dead upstream and we …