Re: Transitioning CI builds of all non-Frameworks from Qt 5.9
- Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2018 21:43:52 +0100
- From: Elvis Angelaccio <elvis.angelaccio@xxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Transitioning CI builds of all non-Frameworks from Qt 5.9
On 03/12/18 09:46, Ben Cooksley wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been informed by the PIM developers that they would like to bump
> the dependency of the Qt version they use, from Qt 5.9 which it's on
> currently, to Qt 5.10.
> As a consequence, due to many KDE projects using PIM libraries, their
> dependency on Qt will also be effectively bumped. To minimize the
> maintenance cost of this bump for the CI system, I would like to bump
> everyone up from Qt 5.9 to a newer version of Qt (otherwise we'll end
> up chasing down build failures for a long time)
It's not clear if you are suggesting to bump the minimum required Qt
version in each CMakeLists.txt file, or if you are just going to bump
the Qt version used by the CI server.
Could you please clarify? Thanks!
> As most distributions have moved on from 5.10, and use Qt 5.11 now
> (and will in many cases soon move to Qt 5.12), i'd like to suggest
> that instead of going to Qt 5.10, we move straight to 5.11.
> Because Frameworks has a two versions prior support policy, it'll
> remain on 5.9 for now until it's ready to move up to 5.10 (assuming
> 5.12 is a usable Qt version)
> If nobody has any objections, i'll proceed with this change in around
> 3 days time.