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With Qt 5.5 the following modules are deprecated:
 
With Qt 5.5 the following modules are deprecated:
* Qt WebKit
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* qt5-qtwebkit
* Qt Declarative (Qt Quick 1)
+
* qt5-qtdeclarative
* Qt Script
+
* qt5-qtquick1
 +
* qt5-qtscript
 
These modules are still included in the Qt 5.5 release, but considered for removal in the future releases of Qt.
 
These modules are still included in the Qt 5.5 release, but considered for removal in the future releases of Qt.

Revision as of 15:17, 6 July 2015

QT5 packages list and build order

qt5-qtbase
qt5-qtquick
qt5-qtsvg
qt5-qtenginio
qt5-qtwayland
qt5-qtsensors
qt5-qtquick1
qt5-qtscript
qt5-qtdeclarative
qt5-qtquickcontrols
qt5-qtgraphicaleffects
qt5-qtaccountsservice
qt5-qtconfiguration
qt5-qttranslations
qt5-qtimageformats
qt5-qtconnectivity
qt5-qtxmlpatterns
qt5-style-plugins
qt5-qtserialport
qt5-qtwebsockets
qt5-qtmultimedia
qt5-qtwebchannel
qt5-qtx11extras
qt5-qtwebengine
qt5-qtlocation
qt5-qtwebkit
qt5-qttools
qt5-qtdoc
qt5-qt3d

Issues

qt5-qtwebengine

gyp: name 'target_arch' is not defined while evaluating condition 'use_qt==1 and target_arch=="ia32"

Great answer in ticket: "You are trying to build for a platform that is currently not supported. Embedded linux is currently only supported through Qt Enterprise Embedded"

But it's not true, because build is possible with crosscompiler on x86_64 see https://github.com/meta-qt5/meta-qt5/blob/master/recipes-qt/qt5/qtwebengine_git.bb

qt5-qtdoc

Cannot open file '/usr/share/doc/qt5/global/qt-module-defaults.qdocconf': No such file or directory Probably need to add several special dependencies.

Deprecated packages

With Qt 5.5 the following modules are deprecated:

  • qt5-qtwebkit
  • qt5-qtdeclarative
  • qt5-qtquick1
  • qt5-qtscript

These modules are still included in the Qt 5.5 release, but considered for removal in the future releases of Qt.