Qt 4 Builds
kollix at aon.at
Sun Mar 27 14:31:47 BST 2016
On Sunday 27 March 2016 09:21:01 laurent Montel wrote:
> Le dimanche 27 mars 2016, 10:57:18 CEST Ben Cooksley a écrit :
> > Hi all,
> > As part of the CI overhaul, we've attempted to perform a complete set
> > of builds for Qt 4, as it's still (unfortunately) used.
> > Sadly, as expected for something nobody has really tried to build for
> > ages, many things don't build.
> > One of those is the entire PIM suite - because Baloo removed it's Qt 4
> > build metadata (meaning as far as the CI system is concerned, Baloo
> > has no Qt 4 branches and is Qt 5 only)
> > You've two options here:
> > 1) Drop Qt 4 PIM.
> > 2) Reinstate Baloo's Qt 4 branches.
> > I intend to carry out option #1 if there is no response to this.
> I vote for #1 too.
> We will not create more release from kdepim4, no distro uses it even debian :)
The latest openSuse (Leap 42.1) ships the Qt4 based kdepim, although it uses plasma5 desktop.
Speaking of it: given that openSuse decided against shipping KF5-based PIM, how stable
is KF5-based PIM considered these days ?
Is it ready for productive daily professional use ?
Best regards/Schöne Grüße
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