Qt 5.7.1 & Qt Creator 4.2 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Qt on 14 December 2016 at 08:05 AM EST. Add A Comment
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The Qt Company has announced the first point release to Qt 5.7 as well as putting out the Qt Creator 4.2 upgrade to their integrated development environment.

Qt 5.7.1 includes all of the latest bug fixes and minor improvements, including some work not currently found on the Qt 5.6 branch. More details on Qt 5.7.1 changes via this blog post.

Qt Creator 4.2 is also now official. Qt Creator 4.2 features a new SCXML module to create state machines from State Chart XML, changes to the IDE's project mode, many small updates to the Qt Quick Designer, improved CMake support, memory usage has been added to the QML Profiler, and various other changes are also present for this Qt/C++ focused development environment.

More details on the Qt Creator 4.2 feature release via blog.qt.io.
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