requested by Thomas Klausner.
Qt 4.8.1 is the first patch release to the 4.8 series with over 200 functional improvements to the desktop and embedded platforms. The majority of the error corrections, made primarily by Digia, have been on desktop and embedded platforms with a large number of fixes with focus on QtCore, QtGUI and QtNetwork. These fixes benefit all desktop platforms. Qt 4.8.1 also includes Mac App Store support.
QtNetwork - SSL * [QTBUG-18338] blacklist fraudulent SSL certificates Qt for Symbian - Bearer Management * [QTBUG-15108] Deadlock between SymbianEngine mutex and QNetworkConfigurationPrivate mutex in the symbian bearer code * [QTBUG-17627] qnetworksession.h Q_DECLARE_METATYPE breaks building QtMobility QtBearer depending applications - GraphicsView * [QTBUG-17966] Major regression in QGraphicsView OpenVG backend - Declarative * [QTBUG-17503] Export qml debugging symbols on Symbian - Widgets * [QTBUG-17786] BC between Qt 4.7.3 and 4.6.3 QTreeView::indexRowSizeHint doesn't return correct value on Symbian for row when QPushButton widget is inserted in the treeview * [QTBUG-4953] QMessageBox can not be closed/dismissed on touch phones if any widget is fullscreen - Painting * [QTBUG-17907] tst_QGraphicsTransform::rotation3d test case from tests/auto/qgraphicstransfor is failed for some rotation angle on Symbian^3 devices * [QTBUG-18154] Symbian's QPixmap::logicalDpi[X\Y]() incorrectly returns MAXINT
This is a maintenance release which contains bug-fixes based on feedback and contributions since the Qt 4.7.1 release back in November. It also marks the official release of Qt Quick. Qt Quick is a new feature within Qt that makes it easy to create light-weight apps and UIs. It contains the new QML language, the Qt Declarative module, and new tooling in Qt Creator to easily build apps. PkgSrc: now builds with Clang.
Qt 4.7.1 is a bug-fix release. It maintains both forward and backward compatibility (source and binary) with Qt 4.7.0. For more details, refer to the online documentation included in this distribution. The documentation is also available online: http://qt.nokia.com/doc/4.7 The Qt version 4.7 series is binary compatible with the 4.6.x series. Applications compiled for 4.6 will continue to run with 4.7. Changes 4.7.0: Qt 4.7 introduces many new features and improvements as well as bugfixes over the 4.6.x series. For more details, refer to the online documentation included in this distribution. The documentation is also available online: http://qt.nokia.com/doc/4.7 The Qt version 4.7 series is binary compatible with the 4.6.x series. Applications compiled for 4.6 will continue to run with 4.7.
version, and bump all depends. Per discussion on pkgsrc-changes.
* Added Spectrum analyzer demo application. * Added exit softkey to Wiggly example. * Added close button to Anomaly demo. * Fixed Anomaly demo controlstrip icon placement for very small screens. * Ensure history configuration is cleared when a state machine is restarted. For more read: http://qt.nokia.com/developer/changes/changes-4.6.3
This is a bug-fix release. It maintains both forward and backward compatibility (source and binary) with Qt 4.2.0. - Configuration/Compilation * Fixed architecture detection on UltraSPARC-T1 systems. * Fixed compilation on embedded architectures when qreal is not double. - Documentation * Completed documentation for "Implementing Atomic Operations", which is useful for people porting Qt to a new hardware architecture. - Translations * Added a new unofficial Portuguese translation courtesy of Helder Correia. - Qt Linguist * Made the columns in the phrasebook resizeable. - lupdate * Fixed bug in the .pro parser of lupdate. It should accept backslashes. * Fixed a severe slowdown in lupdate. (~400x speedup.) * Fixed traversal of subdirectories. - moc * Don't create trigraphs in the generated code for C++ casts. - uic * Fixed a bug that generated excessive margins for Q3GroupBox.
maintaining GUI (graphical user interface) applications. Qt is written in C++ and is fully object-oriented. It has everything you need to create professional GUI applications. And it enables you to create them quickly. Qt is a multi-platform toolkit. When developing software with Qt, you can run it on the X Window System (Unix/X11) or Microsoft Windows NT and Windows 95/98. Simply recompile your source code on the platform you want. Qt cuts down the complexity in implementing large and complex systems. Its ingenious signal-slot technology enables true component programming.