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    Phoronix: Qt 5.12 On Track For Releasing Next Week

    Released yesterday was Qt 5.12 RC2 while on track for next week is the official release of this tool-kit under its latest long-term support banner...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...-5.12-Released

  • #2
    Good! Waiting for some wayland-specific bug fixes that should be in 5.12, e.g. fullscreen not working.

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    • #3
      Heh, does it finally fix the "crash for no reason" issue that has plagued Qt since... Well, since the beginning. I have used either by choice or force, Qt, for decades and yet I still consider it a buggy piece of shit. Gtk was/is a terrible hack. Qt is much worse. Corporate paid-for development that sucked. I seriously would rather use MFC and I don't own one single machine that runs Windows.

      My alternatives? FLTK... There is only FLTK.

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      • #4
        What universe are you living in ? Buggy, POS -really ? That's not been my experience at all, nor has it been true for the companies I have worked for making car infotainment systems, medical devices, and scientific instruments.

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        • #5
          Use EFL! Then you will come back to Qt and beg for the "crash for no reason"

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          • #6
            What is the "crash for no reason" exactly? I would never blame Qt for my own buggy C++ code.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by linner View Post
              Heh, does it finally fix the "crash for no reason" issue that has plagued Qt since... Well, since the beginning. I have used either by choice or force, Qt, for decades and yet I still consider it a buggy piece of shit. Gtk was/is a terrible hack. Qt is much worse. Corporate paid-for development that sucked. I seriously would rather use MFC and I don't own one single machine that runs Windows.

              My alternatives? FLTK... There is only FLTK.
              What? Someone who doesn't like Qt? Is it Opposite Day or something?

              Anyway: FOX is a really good, stable cross-platform alternative.

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