Qt Commercial user here.
I do not like:
- Long time to get bugs fixed
- QtQuick requires switching to QML and is not usable directly in C++
- Widgets development got less attention due to QtQuick development.
HiDPI support was a good idea but it introduced many bugs
- C++ style is a little bit outdated (no move semantics fir instance)
- No OS display color profile information support
2016-09-19 8:08 GMT+02:00 Shawn Rutledge <shawn.rutle...@qt.io>:
> > On 18 Sep 2016, at 02:37, Xavier Bigand <flamaros.xav...@gmail.com>
> > I am using Qt for my day job,
> > Our first difficulty with Qt is the release cycle that is really long
> and the difficulty to test the futur versions.
> > As we often need the latest features or bug fixes, waiting 3-4 month
> isn't possible, and some times we just implement our self features or use
> workaround for bugs.
> > Alpha and Beta versions aren't accessible on the Qt maintenance tool
> that we use, and compiling Qt from the source is to much work for every
> platforms we use,...
> > We'll certainly don't use an Alpha or Beta version of Qt for production,
> but it is interesting to be able to report bug on upcoming version as soon
> as possible (especially for new features as Qt3D,...).
> Then you should use git. Yes it’s bleeding edge, but CI helps to make it
> more stable than it otherwise would be.
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