Articles tagged with #qt




Qt 5.7 submodules that didn't make it to Stretch but will be in testing

There are two Qt 5.7 submodules that we could not package in time for Strech but are/will be available in their 5.7 versions in testing. This are qtdeclarative-render2d-plugin and qtvirtualkeyboard. declarative-render2d-plugin makes use of the Raster paint engine instead of OpenGL to render the contents of a …



Developing an nrf51822 based embedded device with Qt Creator and Debian

I'm currently developing an nRF51822-based embedded device. Being one the Qt/Qt Creator maintainers in Debian I would of course try to use it for the development. Turns out it works pretty good... with some caveats. There are already two quite interesting blog posts about using Qt Creator on MAC …



Do you want Qt5's QWebEngine in Debian? Do you have library packaging skills? If so, step up!

So far the only missing submodule in Debian's Qt5 stack is QtWebEngine. None of us the current Qt maintainers have the time/will to do the necessary stuff to have it properly packaged. So if you would like to have QtWebEngine in Debian and: You have C++ libraries' packaging skills …



The last planned Qt 4 release is here: Qt 4.8.7. Is your app runnning with Qt5?

Qt 4.8.7 has been released today. Quoting from the blog post (emphasis is mine): ::: {style="text-align: left;"} Many users have already moved their active projects to Qt 5 and we encourage also others to do so. With a high degree of source compatibility, we have ensured that switching …