[osg-users] Feedback/guidance sought on move of osgQt out into it's own project/repository

Robert Osfield robert.osfield at gmail.com
Sun Sep 18 10:14:56 PDT 2016

Hi Mathieu,

When I checked this morning the root of your osgQt repo reported a similar
commit count to the OSG, but just checked down at it's down to 1204 with
master and 1205 with findingOSG branch.  So all good now.

w.r.t Qt5 vs Qt4 support, I would suggest making a stable release of osgQt
before dropping support for Qt4 as this would at least give distributions
that want to stick with Qt4.  Beyond this I don’t have any strong
opinions.  I feel it's really up to the OSG/Qt community to decide what
they want to happen, if the only users who are prepared to help maintain
osgQt want to support Qt5 then it's pretty easy decision.


On 18 September 2016 at 17:54, Mathieu MARACHE <mathieu.marache at gmail.com>

> Hi Robert,
> This a screenshot of the forked repo. It has only 1205 commits
> I will look for the Qt5 non QThreaded OpenThreads.
> It is my feeling that osgQt should be Qt5 only. Qt4 is now on extended
> support (commercial) since december 2015. Which means that any project
> seriously using Qt should have migrated long ago (wink to my colleagues) !
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