[Kde-bindings] Smoke bindings for Qt5
richard.dale at telefonica.net
Wed Apr 11 00:24:52 UTC 2012
On Tuesday, April 10, 2012 03:04:02 PM Steven Boswell II wrote:
> I would humbly request that a branch of smokeqt/qyoto/etc. happen so that
> the old Qt 4.8 version still works and can have bug fixes applied to it.
> This is because I want to use Qyoto for a product with an organization that
> does its own internal software validation, and they like having a
> non-moving target (i.e. if they approve Qt 4.8 and the associated Qyoto for
> use on their systems, I want to make sure I can continue to use them
> without missing some critical bug fixes).
> Luckily, making such a branch is pretty much standard practice...just being
> paranoid :-)
Yes, we shouldn't add Qt5 support to the master branch until KDE has converted
to Qt5 which I assume will be a while. Maybe I should ask on the kde=core-
devel list about whether there is a standard KDE way to deal with Qt5 ports.
> From: Arno Rehn <arno at arnorehn.de>
> To: KDE bindings for other programming languages <kde-bindings at kde.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2012 10:35 AM
> Subject: Re: [Kde-bindings] Smoke bindings for Qt5
> On 09/04/12 20:16, Richard Dale wrote:
> > I've been building Qt5 from the git repo this Easter holiday and i was
> > wondering if anyone had started working on generating Smoke libraries for
> > it yet?
> > We we do start should it be in the kde smokeqt repo as another branch or
> > should we give it a different name like 'smokeqt5' for instance?
> I actually wanted to wait for the Qt5 beta; then its API should be
> reasonable stable, too. But maybe we should start earlier rather than later
> :) However I haven't attempted to build Qt5 yet.
> -- Arno Rehn
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