[kubuntu-users] Upgrade of Qt

Jordi Ferrando Fabra jferrando at netplc.com
Sat Aug 11 14:43:11 UTC 2007


My experience (both Qt/win and Qt/X11) is best downloading Qt from 
trolltech's and recompiling it. By doing this, we avoid the "packaged" 
versions of Qt, and we are always in control in the version we deploy. 
We have been using Qt4.2.2, Qt4.2.3 and recently are trying Qt4.3.1

I attach a document with our experience with Qt. Hope it helps.

Of course, if you are new to Qt go to Qt4.

Jonathan Riddell escribió:
> On Thu, Aug 09, 2007 at 09:40:31PM +0200, Alain Muls wrote:
>> At our company, we develop programs running on both Windoze and Linux 
>> using Qt. I am responsible for the linux implementation. I have one big 
>> problem, every time I upgrade to a newer version of the library, I have 
>> problems with th elook and feel of the application. The lines are drawn 
>> very ugly and lot of the buttons are no longer usable. This only happens 
>> on Ubuntu, on Fedora everything works from the first time without 
>> hassle. Using qtconfig, I can adjust some things, but the look is not 
>> satisfactory on Ubuntu. Please help me, because I do not want to go to 
>> Fedora!
> Qt 3 or 4?  If 4 has the recent upgrade to 4.3.1 in gutsy helped?  (Or
> do the versions in feisty-backports help if you're using feisty?)
> Jonathan

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