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-Though the plan is still to release a 5.10 alpha by the end of August, delays in qt5.git integration means it's likely the release will slip into the beginning of September.
-For Qt 5.9.2, a snapshot should be available this week.
-For Qt 5.6.3, first binary snapshot appears to be pretty solid, but a release candidate is not yet ready.
-In Qt 5.10, a new method QProcess::startDetached() will…
As it's still vacation season in Europe there are no updates on release schedules, or new information to report. This is likely to be the case for the next few weeks at least.
-A Qt 5.9.2 release is still scheduled for August, and a 5.10 release for November.
-The 5.10 feature freeze is scheduled for August 8, with an alpha release on August 31.
*Note: these dates may change as…
It's getting to be vacation season in Europe, so there's little to report except that Viktor Engelmann and Jesus Fernandez have been nominated for Approver status.
-If all goes well, Qt 5.9.1 will be released this week, with a follow-up release of 5.9.2 in August.
- It appears that support for MSVC2013 will be continued for Qt 5.10, but will likely be dropped in Qt 5.11.