If you didn't already notice, Qt 4.6.0 is out - including our port to Qt 4.6.0 to Symbian. It's been one and a half year in the making and it's about time we summarize and look back for a bit. But, before we get into details about that, here are some fact about our current releases:
It is now the 1st of December and we've just celebrated that we managed to deliver 4.6.0 on time. As much as I'd love to rest on my laurels for a little bit, you're probably asking what is going to happen next now for 4.6.x and a coming 4.7. Here is a short brief of the things we're looking at:
If this happens for 4.6.1, 4.6.2 or later is not settled yet, but if you pay attention to this blog as well as our commits you will stay informed.
So, as of today Qt officialy has Symbian support. It took us roughly 20 months. We started with one person, and ended up with 15 fulltime developers. We'll relax for half a day, then take a deep breath and continue on 4.6.1 and more long-term 4.7. But right now, we need another glass of champagne...
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