Qt 4 removed from Debian Sid (unstable)

The day has finally arrived: Qt 4 is no longer part of Debian unstable. It's gone. Thanks should go to many people. You know who you are, and I really appreciate the support and time you put into this. **Thanks**

Qt 4 removed from Debian bullseye (current testing)

Today Qt 4 (aka src:qt4-x11) has been removed from Debian bullseye, what as of today we know as "testing". We plan to remove it from unstable pretty soon.

Developing Nordics' nRF9160 DK using Qt Creator

So I've got my hands into a nRF9160DK (development kit). Like I did with the nRF51822 I would love to develop software for this board using as much FLOSS tools as possible to avoid any kind of vendor lock-in. This board actually has two interesting ICs: the nRF9160 which anyone …

Using libgps instead of libQgpsmm within a Qt application

I was in need of creating a Qt application using current Debian stable (Stretch) and gpsd. I could have used libQgpsmm which creates a QTcpSocket for stablishing the connection to the gpsd daemon. But then I hit an issue: libQgpsmm was switched to Qt 5 after the Strech release, namely …