January 25, 2016

January 25, 2016

Qt Progress

Current target schedule for Qt 5.6 will be an RC release on 2/10, followed by a final release on 2/24.

A follow-up to the rather long thread regarding the future of C++, CoW (Copy-on-Write) and it's relation to Qt development, a new thread has arisen: "What kind of airplane we want to build?"  http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lib.qt.devel/24514

Logins across multiple Qt websites has been unified into a single login for all sites.

As mentioned previously, due to the new KDE foundation agreement, some of the previously commercial-only components such as the Virtual Keyboard, are now being pushed into public repositories.



About the author

Jon Trulson

Jon is a Senior Software Engineer that specializes in Linux/Unix and embedded systems development. Jon also contributes to technical presentations and the This Week in Qt blog for ICS.