Monday, 26 January 2015

Re: Qt 5.4 update (and call for testing), January 25

On Sun, Jan 25, 2015 at 6:55 PM, Dmitry Shachnev <[email protected]> wrote:
> Dear Ubuntuers,
>
> Today we have reached a point when our Qt 5.4 packages are finally
> built on all architectures — so I decided to post a quick update
> on the current Qt 5.4 status.
>
> Disclaimer: we are still far from "ready for being uploaded to
> vivid archive" state. That will happen only when Qt 5.4.1 packages
> are ready and all blocking bugs are fixed.
>
> Recent progress
> ===============
>
> * All the initial Qt 5.4 packaging was done by Timo Jyrinki.
> * qtwebsockets tests failure has been fixed, thanks to Helge Deller.
> * stellarium and qtserialport build failures have been fixed, thanks
> to Łukasz Zemczak.
> * some touch-related packages have been rebuilt against Qt 5.4
> (Dmitry Shachnev, Łukasz Zemczak).
> * some Qt packages have been synced/merged from Debian experimental
> (Dmitry Shachnev).
>
> Known bugs
> ==========
>
> The full list of Qt 5.4 bugs is available at
> <https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bugs?field.tag=qt5.4>.
>
> The most important bugs are:
>
> * qtbase tests failures
> * ubuntu-ui-toolkit tests failures
> * unity8 behaviour bugs

There's no unity8 bugs in that list, right? I mean I fixed all the
ones that Timo found.

Or is that more of a "this is the order in case of we find some bugs
in those components" list?

Cheers,
Albert

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