Using KDE's QT release or making it available in backports
rans at email.com
Tue Apr 5 01:25:14 UTC 2022
Given that KDE have effectively taken over regular maintenance of the QT 5.x version (for non-commercial users), would it make sense to switch to KDE's release instead of QT's?
KDE rebased their repo to QT 5.15.3 a few weeks ago in this commit: https://invent.kde.org/qt/qt/qt5/-/commit/dc01793b3b194302a0174921cc30bfc15c985bf4 so they bring in all the latest changes from QT while adding other fixes of their own including for Wayland support. I realise that this may require changes upstream in Debian (which are discussed here: https://salsa.debian.org/qt-kde-team/qt/qtwayland/-/merge_requests/5), so could Kubuntu backports be a good place to make KDE's version of QT available?
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