This Week in Qt

A Weekly Update for Qt Developers

Stay current with the latest Qt news with This Week in Qt, a weekly blog published by the ICS Qt Experts. We read all the Qt blogs, mailing lists, forums, social media outlets, etc. and condense the info to quickly highlight the most important Qt happenings for developers short on time.

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- Qt Creator 4.3 RC1 has been released: - The Qt Company has announced that the upcoming 5.9 release of Qt will be a Long Term Support (LTS) release, with updates continuing for the next 3 years:
Qt 5.9 Beta3 is now available: The latest plan is to get the Release Candidate out May 17, 2017.
The Qt World Summit 2017 Call for Presentations is now open: The call will close on 5/30/2017. A proposal for a change in Qt 5.9 -> 5.10 supported platforms and configurations was posted:
Qt Creator 4.2.2 has been released: Qt 5.9 Beta2 is available, instructions: From the Qt Release meeting notes: Qt 5.10 feature freeze is scheduled for 8/8/2017, with an Alpha release on 8/31/2017 Qt 5.6.3 release in August, 5.6.4 in 1/2018 Qt 5.9.1...
With bug fixing focusing on Qt 5.9, a proposal to close the 5.8 branch was made that has resulted in a lot of discussion regarding the work that is still going into 5.8. Learn more here:
Qt 5.9.0 Beta has been released:
- Qt Creator 4.3.0 Beta has been released:
Qt 5.9.0 status: The first binary snapshots are now available for Mac and Linux users: Current list of blockers: Still on target for an April 5 release Discussions: A previous discussion on QList that had died out, has restarted:
Qt 5.9 is still on target for a beta on April 5.  The current known blockers can be found here:
-What started as a question involving rewriting in C++ has morphed into a discussion on whether Qbs (Qt build system) might become the default build system for Qt 6. Check it out here: -The beta release of Qt 5.9 is still planned for April 5.