Roel Janssen <r...@gnu.org> writes:
> ng0 writes:
>> I am currently packaging supercollider, and it would be nice to have
>> qtwebkit... but I can't find it for Guix. How do I use it in a packaging
>> defition? Do we have it at all? Is someone working on it? I've read a
>> thread where someone pointed out it was moved but that was of no help
>> * Qt >= 5.3 (+ qtwebkit)
>> * http://qt-project.org
>> * cross-platform graphical user interface library, for Qt IDE and
>> sclang's Qt GUI kit
> I think QtWebkit has been removed from Qt in favor of the QtWebEngine
> (based on Chromium?).
Like I was told in IRC freenode. I wonder if supercollider really needs
qt4 instead of qt5 or if qtwebkit is the MIT-license of the webkits:
they say qtwebkit, but what they really mean is qtwebengine.
I'll ask on their mailinglist.
> From https://blog.qt.io/blog/2016/03/16/qt-5-6-released/:
>> With 5.6, Qt WebKit and Qt Quick 1 will no longer be supported and are
>> dropped from the release. The source code for these modules will still
>> be available. You can continue to compile and use these modules, but
>> we will not be supporting them any longer.
> So it should still be possible to compile the source code. I downloaded
> the source code and tried to compile it but I couldn't find any 'find
> . -name "*webkit*"' at all!
> Kind regards,
> Roel Janssen
Thanks for the reply