[Interest] Roadmap for Qt Widget Styles. WindowsVista? Fusion? Other?
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Thu Oct 27 09:24:24 CEST 2016
27.10.2016, 02:26, "Thiago Macieira" <thiago.macieira at intel.com>:
> On quarta-feira, 26 de outubro de 2016 21:18:18 PDT Konstantin Tokarev wrote:
>> 26.10.2016, 21:10, "Phil Weinstein" <philw at indra.com>:
>> > It would be helpful for us to know the Qt development community's thinking
>> > about the future of Qt widget styles. Is, and will Fusion continue to be
>> > the (or a) favored widget style for the foreseeable future?
>> > Our context: We are very late in the game porting our huge Qt 4.8.5
>> > application to Qt 5. We can't easily move beyond Qt 5.5.1 because we are
>> > using QWebKit (including HTML-DOM API provisions, which are not
>> > available, nor readily possible in QWebEngine, being that the document
>> > "lives" in a separate process, as I understand).
>> FYI, you can move to Qt 5.7 right now, by using QtWebKit binaries from
>> Technology Preview 4:
> You can also use Qt 5.7 with the QtWebKit from 5.5. I think there's even a
> release tarball of qtwebkit specifically made for 5.7. See
> This is the same QtWebKit, which means the same bugs and same security flaws
> that existed in 5.5. And same lack of support.
Actually, a number of bugs were fixed since then.
> In other words, you're in a much better position because the rest of Qt was
> Thiago Macieira - thiago.macieira (AT) intel.com
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