[Development] Changes to Qt offering

Tuukka Turunen tuukka.turunen at qt.io
Wed Jan 29 13:24:23 CET 2020

Hi Alberto,

No, that is not the plan. For open-source user all releases are to be similar. New patch releases come until the next feature release is out. For commercial license holders, there will be additional patch releases available for selected Qt versions (Qt 5.15, Qt 6.2, ...)



On 29.1.2020, 13.35, "Development on behalf of Alberto Mardegan" <development-bounces at qt-project.org on behalf of mardy at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:

    On 29/01/20 13:02, Edward Welbourne wrote:
    > Clarification: we'll be moving to "all commits land first on dev and are
    > cherry-picked out to other branches that need them" in place of our
    > present merge-based module.  Where Cristián says "all those patches will
    > be on Gerrit", they'll be on dev on Gerrit.  They'll be cherry-picked
    > from there to a (presumably) private branch (maybe on a private repo),
    > so you won't necessarily see the cherry-picked versions, only the dev
    > versions.  So any time the cherry-pick requires adaptation to the LTS,
    > those running the fork above would need to duplicate the adaptation.
    Do I understand correctly that LTS releases will not have point
    releases, while non-LTS releases (like, currently we have 5.13.2 and
    5.14.1) will continue to have them?
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