Qt 3.1b1

Neil Stevens neil at qualityassistant.com
Mon Sep 9 15:44:46 BST 2002

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On Monday September 09, 2002 07:37, Matthias Ettrich wrote:
> Rob, before you call to the arms, let me confirm you that the moc change
> was done on purpose and will very soon be of great benefit for the free
> software community. Yes, we could take it out, but what for?

KDE cannot maintain any credibility in its promise to keep binary
compatibility if it breaks for KDE 3.1.   Obviously Trolltech doesn't care
of Qt has any credibility BC-wise, butt as far as I can tell KDE
developers are in still agreement that KDE must keep binary compatibility
as long as possible.

So go ahead, don't fix the moc breakage.  But what is Trolltech going to do
if people are forced to choose between Qt 3.1 and KDE 3.1?  Which has more

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