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KDE/Qt: Cutelyst 1.9.0, Qt 5.10 Beta in KDE neon, Qt Creator 4.5 Beta

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  • Cutelyst 1.9.0 released!

    Cutelyst the Qt web framework got a new release. This is a rather small release but has some important fixes so I decided to roll sooner.

  • Qt 5.10 Beta available for testing with KDE neon

    Qt 5.10 Beta was released this week and the neon builder cloud elves have been compiling it away ready for testing.

    There’s no QtWebEngine or Qt3D so stuff which needs those will be broken.

  • Qt Creator 4.5 Beta released

    We are happy to announce the release of Qt Creator 4.5 Beta!

    There has been very little time between the 4.4 release and the 4.5 feature freeze, but 4.5 still comes with a bunch of very nice improvements.

    Locator now does fuzzy camel case matching in the same way as code completion does. Type “c andesu” in locator to open the “AndroidDebugSupport” class.

  • Qt Creator 4.5 Beta Arrives With Few Changes

    Just over one month since the release of Qt Creator 4.4, the 4.5 beta is now available as the latest feature testing release for this Qt/C++ focused integrated development environment.

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