Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 19th Dec 2012 18:52 UTC
Qt Digia, Qt's new owner, has announced the release of version 5 of the framework. "Key benefits of Qt 5 include: graphics quality; performance on constrained hardware; cross-platform portability; support for C++11; HTML5 support with QtWebKit 2; a vastly improved QML engine with new APIs; ease of use and compatibility with Qt 4 versions."
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RE[2]: n/t
by windowshasyou on Thu 20th Dec 2012 17:42 UTC in reply to "RE: n/t"
windowshasyou
Member since:
2011-05-14

I don't think so. check out qt3-support in your qtlibs. its a mandatory dependency for kdelibs and a few others since it hasn't been fully ported to qt4

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RE[3]: n/t
by phoenix on Thu 20th Dec 2012 20:30 in reply to "RE[2]: n/t"
phoenix Member since:
2005-07-11

Nevermind.

Edited 2012-12-20 20:31 UTC

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RE[3]: n/t
by TSDgeos on Thu 20th Dec 2012 21:41 in reply to "RE[2]: n/t"
TSDgeos Member since:
2007-05-26

qt3-support *is* Qt4, and is also part of Qt5

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RE[4]: n/t
by windowshasyou on Fri 21st Dec 2012 03:22 in reply to "RE[3]: n/t"
windowshasyou Member since:
2011-05-14

"qt3-support *is* Qt4, and is also part of Qt5"

technically, its qt3 libs bundled with qt4, which brings us back to my original comment about how we'll have qt3/4/5 dependencies with kde now.

Kind of a big, bloated mess, isn't it?

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