[scribus] 1.5.0svn on holiday

ZASKE Martin zm at revue-gugu.org
Sat Oct 5 11:12:47 UTC 2013

Thank you to those who answered on-list and off-list.

Seeing what you told me, I will move on to other holiday activities. But
I will follow the developments of qt with my distro of choice (OpenSuse)
and I will try again, when the timing is better. This might fall into my
next stay in Europe, then slow internet will also not be a problem.  :)

I would still like to just "see" the 1.5.0. So if anybody has an answer
to how I can parallel-install the stable package and the KDE development
package, even still based on qt4, I would gladly have a go at that.

(I have always appreciated the fact, that the provided installers for
Windows allow this: install several versions in their own folders
respectively. If there is a windows version of 1.5.0, I have not been
able to find it. But I fully understand if they do not exist. Would just
be sad to miss them, if they have been done by somebody.)



>> My sense of what is happening is that the major distros of Linux are
>> all waiting until their next upgrade to finally incorporate qt5
>> fully. It's really their fault, since they should have been seeing
>> what's going on with various projects incorporating qt5. They seem to
>> have this mindset that no one compiles software anymore, so everybody
>> will just be happy when qt5-based versions make their way to the
>> regular repositories.
> there is one problem with Qt5 - it uses v8 as its JavaScript engine and
> it means that only x86/x86_64 and ARM architectures are supported.
> That's a problem for distros targeting multiple architectures.
> 		Dan
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