On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 4:40 PM, Denis Rouzaud <denis.rouz...@gmail.com>
> Hi all,
> I am wondering which versions of the base libraries we should build QGIS
> upon on Travis. Read Qt, PyQt, SIP, etc.
> Today the Docker image for the dependencies (qgis/qgis3-build-deps) is
> based on Ubuntu 16.04 and ships Qt 5.5.
> While this sounds reasonable for testing, it is not suitable for building
> and publishing an image of QGIS or building the Python API doc.
> So, I'd like to bump the Qt version on Travis to 5.9 (and SIP to 4.19.7).
> Another advantage is that we will be able to build 3D on Travis too.
> But, there won't be any error if one pushes changes only possible with
> newest version of Qt and only Jürgen will notice it from the nightly builds.
> Another approach would be to fire two builds on Travis (one on 5.5 and one
> on latest). It would be pretty straightforward, but I guess that will be
> slowing down the build (am I right?).
> Let me know your thoughts,
I'd just drop 5.5 and stay with 5.9 + latest sip, thanks for taking care of
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