ubuntu-app-platform updated to Qt 5.6.2
timo.jyrinki at gmail.com
Mon Jan 30 13:44:23 UTC 2017
ubuntu-calculator-app seems to be broken with the previous stable #22
too though, with a similar error report. We did notice that too now
that I read the chat log, but didn't consider for this upgrade as it
seemed to be the status quo.
But just in case, and as per Dan's e-mail indicating also a problem in
some app, I reverted Stable channel back to the #22 and will bump the
content: field to ubuntu-app-platform2 and version to 2.
However, I'm not aware of store support of supporting two such
different versions in stable channel at the same time, so I'm
currently unsure how this would work without renaming the whole
package too. Until I know more, I'll keep the stable at #22 and the
upcoming #26 in the other channels.
2017-01-30 14:54 GMT+02:00 Matthias Seidel <matthias.seidel at hamburg.de>:
> Just a quick note:
> Ubuntu-calculator-app doesn't work anymore:
> seidel at Seidel-ThinkPad:~$ ubuntu-calculator-app
> QGtkStyle could not resolve GTK. Make sure you have installed the proper
> qml: PageWithBottomEdge_QMLTYPE_29_QML_47(0x1568670)"Calculator": In
> Ubuntu.Components 1.3, the use of Page.title, Page.flickable and
> Page.head is deprecated. Use Page.header and the PageHeader component
> qml: Database upgraded to 1
> qml: [LOG]: Detecting first time run by user. Starting welcome wizard.
> XmbTextListToTextProperty result code -2
> Speicherzugriffsfehler (Speicherabzug geschrieben)
> Kind regards, Matthias
> Am 30.01.2017 um 13:26 schrieb Timo Jyrinki:
>> ubuntu-app-platform #26 has Qt 5.6.2 (up from 5.6.1), including around
>> 5 months of upstream LTS bugfixes. It passed QA and everything seems
>> to work normally, but you might find some pet bug to be fixed. Since
>> this is the first point release update done in ubuntu-app-platform I
>> thought to do an announcement.
>> To recap, the platform snap is mostly to be used by apps that target
>> Ubuntu Personal and require a shared Qt with backported patches and
>> other libraries.
>> For most Qt applications snappers, either simply staging from archives
>> or using the Qt 5.7 / 5.8 cloud parts offering pure upstream Qt are
>> probably more interesting. See the blog post at
>> https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/blog/2016/11/16/snapping-qt-apps/ for
>> more information.
>> Qt 5.6.3 should follow in 6 months or so.
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