Six weeks after releasing Qt 5.0, Digia has today declared the release of Qt 5.0.1 as the first point release of this new tool-kit.
QupZilla is a not often spoke of web-browser that is written in Qt and supports Qt5 while using the WebKit rendering engine.
Digia has shared that they're looking to release Qt 5.0.1 in January.
Digia has officially released the Qt 5.0 tool-kit.
While Qt 5.0 Release Candidate 2 was released last week and it was expected to be the last RC with Qt 5.0 finally being planned for release this week, Digia pushed out some new binaries today for last minute testing.
With Qt 5.0 finally seeing the light of day in the very near feature, plans are beginning to be laid for Qt 5.1. One of the improvements being talked about now for future Qt 5.x releases is support for more OpenGL enablers in the tool-kit.
The videos from the 2012 Qt Developer Days in Berlin have now been uploaded for your viewing pleasure.
Last week was marked by the first Qt 5.0 Release Candidate and it was expected that the final release would arrive one week later (this week). However, bugs that came about in Qt 5.0 RC1 are warranting a second release candidate and thus pushing back the final release.
After the past few days being met by a few test releases after betas in the prior weeks, the Qt 5.0 release candidate was officially made available this morning. The final release of the Qt 5.0 tool-kit is expected to happen next week.
While Qt 5.0 is hopefully being released in December, Digia has announced today the release Qt 4.8.4.
The Qt Developer Days conference took place earlier this month in Berlin, Germany. For those not in attendance at this open-source development conference, the slides for many of the Qt talks have been uploaded with coverage on Qt Quick, KDE Frameworks 5, and other interesting areas surrounding this tool-kit soon to finally reach its major 5.0 milestone.
Digia has announced the second beta release of the Qt 5.0 tool-kit as the final release is no longer too far out.
Digia has announced the official release of Qt Creator 2.6.0.
While Digia's acquisition of Qt from Nokia has been closed for less than one month, concerns are already arising amongst users/developers when it comes to distinguishing the Digia company versus the Qt Project.
With XCB being a requirement for the Linux version of Qt 5.0, and Xlib not being supported, it's causing problems for some wishing to adopt this forthcoming tool-kit.
While all of the exciting Qt tool-kit development work is centered around the forthcoming Qt 5.0, which is currently in beta, the Qt Project has today released version 4.8.3 of their popular open-source multi-platform tool-kit.
Following the recent Qt 5.0 Beta release, the Qt Creator 2.6 development environment is also now at beta.
At long last, the Qt 5.0 beta has been released.
Unfortunately, due to Nokia selling off Qt and the other recent changes, the beta for the Qt 5.0 tool-kit still isn't ready.
While the Qt 5.0 Beta was supposed to be out in July, it was changed to release the Qt 5 beta in early August. We're now half-way through August and there's no signs of an imminent beta. It's now been said that "some things have been a bit more difficult lately" leading to a delay in Qt5.
Following the Qt 5.0 release, developers of this open-source tool-kit will aim to issue feature updates on a six-month cycle.
Lars Knoll, the current Qt Chief Architect at Nokia and responsible for leading the Qt 5.0 development, has commented on the shutting down of Nokia's Qt Australia office.
After facing some delays, the Qt 5.0 Beta will likely be published in early August.
The KDE development community has issued a statement concerning future use of the Qt tool-kit within the KDE desktop environment.
There's some interesting OpenGL-related news out of the Qt development camp.
Lars Knoll shared this morning that the Qt 5.0 Beta should be ready for release within the next two weeks.
The Qt 5.0 tool-kit is beginning to take greater advantage of the C++11 programming language update.
Qt 5.0 Alpha was released this morning by the Norwegians.
One of the targeted mobile platforms to target with Qt 5.0 has been Apple's iOS, but it looks like some technical problems may prevent Qt5 from coming to your iPhone or iPad.
Frederik Gladhorn of Nokia has made public a mini status report about what various developers from Nokia's Qt office in Oslo, Norway are working on at the moment.
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