Hi Mathieu,

Mathieu wrote:
> Qt4 is now on extended support (commercial) since december 2015. Which means 
> that any project seriously using Qt should have migrated long ago (wink to my 
> colleagues) !
> 

I would not say "long ago" in general. We moved recently to Qt5. There are 
several aspects to take in account: win10 support (from qt5.5 on if I remember 
correctly), supported compilers, ... and so on. Moreover there is also an LGPL 
license.
I would suggest to support Qt5 from a certain OSG version, but create a branch 
of the latest osgQt that supports Qt4.

Regards,
Gianni

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