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  • #21
    Vistaus Yes. You have to evaluate if you trust Qt Marketing more or less than you trust GNOME and Red Hat’s need for a Stable toolkit.

    For now all we know is the GTK 3.24 has seen longer term support than Qt 5.12.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by Nth_man View Post

      Repeating it again, there's no sign of any LTS at the aforementioned places (in the GTK main page (https://www.gtk.org/) nor in the downloads pages (like https://www.gtk.org/docs/installations/linux/), etc. Where do you see an LTS version? Does it exist? As you say "that requires you to do a bit of work and not rely on marketing speak".
      Major versions of Gnome are now considered LTS. You can read more here.

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