Articles tagged with #qt




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 …



Qt4's status and Qt4's webkit removal in Stretch

Hi everyone! As you might know Qt4 has been deprecated (in the sense "you better start to port your code") since Qt5's first release in December 19th 2012. Since that point on Qt4 received only bugfixes. Upstream is about to release the last point release, 4.8.7. This means …



Early announce: Qt4 removal in Jessie+1

We the Debian Qt/KDE Team want to early-announce [maintainer warning] our decision to remove Qt4 from Jessie+1. This warning is mostly targeted at upstreams. Qt4 has been deprecated since Qt5's first release on December 19th 2012, that means almost two years ago! So far we had bugfixes-only releases …