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Qt 5.12.1 #2760

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ismail opened this Issue Dec 6, 2018 · 20 comments

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ismail commented Dec 6, 2018

http://blog.qt.io/blog/2018/12/06/qt-5-12-lts-released/

Updating symlinks:

rd C:\Qt\latest
mklink /J C:\Qt\latest C:\qt\5.12.1

rd C:\Qt\5.12
mklink /J C:\Qt\5.12 C:\qt\5.12.1

@IlyaFinkelshteyn IlyaFinkelshteyn added this to the next-images-update milestone Dec 7, 2018

alberthdev added a commit to CE-Programming/CEmu that referenced this issue Dec 11, 2018

Update MSVC Qt to v5.12.0 from v5.11.1
Yet another day, and suddenly a major Qt version bump... who knew?!?

Here lies the usual script updates, deploy script updates, and CI
config updates. Here also lies many fingers crossed that this build
and commit actually works...

One somewhat important change for the Qt v5.12.0 build - we are now
using LibreSSL v2.8.2, the latest stable version of LibreSSL. Prior
to building Qt v5.12.0, some patches were applied to make it
compatible with this new LibreSSL (as well as LibreSSL in general).

Although we are updating the static build version, we have not updated
the dynamic Qt version quite yet. We're waiting on appveyor/ci#2760
to be completed first before enabling Qt v5.12.0 for dynamic builds,
so there will be a period where the dynamic vs. static build Qt
versions will be out of sync.
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anatoly-os commented Dec 14, 2018

@IlyaFinkelshteyn Any estimation for when Qt 5.12 will be available? https://www.appveyor.com/docs/windows-images-software/#qt still shows Qt 5.11 as the latest available version.

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Jojo-Schmitz commented Dec 16, 2018

And please with msvc2017 and msvc2017_64, not (just) msvc2015_64

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patrickelectric commented Dec 19, 2018

Any update ?

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CHN-STUDENT commented Jan 12, 2019

Hope you can update it as soon as quickly. Thanks!


Update:
@FeodorFitsner @IlyaFinkelshteyn
Have you had an upgrade plan recently? I hope you can do it quickly. Thanks!

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patrickelectric commented Jan 26, 2019

Any update ? This will be available after february 3rd ?

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CHN-STUDENT commented Jan 28, 2019

Would you want to add the lastest version of Qt(5.12.0) in next update? Because the Qt(5.12.0) using mingw64 7.3 is difference of the older version , so I hope we can get the update in next image. Thanks!

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Jojo-Schmitz commented Jan 28, 2019

? As far as I can see Qt 5.12.0 uses MinGW 7.3, not 6.3

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CHN-STUDENT commented Jan 28, 2019

Sorry, it is MinGW 7.3 X64

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Jojo-Schmitz commented Jan 28, 2019

I realised that your's got to have been a typo when I hit the Save button ;-)

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ismail commented Feb 1, 2019

@FeodorFitsner FeodorFitsner changed the title Qt 5.12.0 LTS is released Qt 5.12.1 Feb 1, 2019

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IlyaFinkelshteyn commented Feb 12, 2019

New Windows images deployed

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Radfordhound commented Feb 12, 2019

Hi, thanks for the update! Apologies if this is not the place to post this, but are there any plans to add support for the msvc2017/msvc2017_64 versions of Qt 5.12.1 as well?

If I understand things correctly, with this change, the newest msvc 64-bit version of Qt available to those of us using the Visual Studio 2017 image is Qt 5.10.1, whereas before the change we were able to use Qt 5.11.2, which seems sort of like a step backwards. Is this right, or did I misunderstand things?

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Jojo-Schmitz commented Feb 12, 2019

As mentioned earlier:
And please with msvc2017 and msvc2017_64, not (just) msvc2015_64

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ismail commented Feb 12, 2019

Ok, so according to https://www.appveyor.com/docs/windows-images-software/#qt , up from Qt 5.10.1 all Qt releases are msvc2015 which doesn't make any sense. Is there any technical reason for this?

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variar commented Feb 12, 2019

Qt 5.10.1 is about one year old and does not have security updates. The only recent version for msvc2017 is Qt 5.9.7. If there is technical reason for not providing Qt 5.12.1 for msvc2017, could we at least get back Qt 5.11.2 (or better 5.11.3)?

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nschimme commented Feb 12, 2019

FYI, the Windows Images Software documentation doesn't specifically mention that the Qt Tools supports Mingw-64. Does this still need to happen?

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IlyaFinkelshteyn commented Feb 12, 2019

Guys, sorry for confusion. It was documentation which was not updater properly, not image. Please check now: https://www.appveyor.com/docs/windows-images-software/#qt

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Radfordhound commented Feb 18, 2019

Ah awesome, so it was just the documentation. Thanks for clarifying this!

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nschimme commented Mar 15, 2019

@IlyaFinkelshteyn not sure where I can report this but please upgrade to Qt 5.12.2 to support the MingW 32bit build prebuilt binaries

https://blog.qt.io/blog/2019/03/15/qt-5-12-2-released/

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IlyaFinkelshteyn commented Mar 16, 2019

@nschimme sure, please watch #2889.

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