I am happy to announce that Qt 5.4 Release Candidate is now available.
After the Qt5.4 Beta release we have done some build & packaging related updates in addition to large number of error fixes based on feedback from Beta release
- Mac OS X 10.10 is now used in packaging side
- Android SDK is updated to 21.02
- MinGW 4.9.1 is taken in the use
- ICU is updated to 53-1
- QtWebEngine is separated as its own installable binary package in the installers component tree
Starting from Qt 5.4 RC, Qt for iOS will be build as a fat binary supporting both 32- and 64-bit builds, fulfilling Apple’s requirement for new apps (see https://developer.apple.com/news/?id=10202014a). It also contains improved support for iPhone6/6+.
Qt 5.4 RC packages also contains Qt Creator 3.3 RC and in commercial packages candidates for new commercial value-add items as well.
Please take a tour & try Qt 5.4 Release candidate! It is quite close to final release so please give your feedback:
- Please report new bugs to the error database
- Please send an e-mail to Qt Project mailing lists or contact us via IRC
Please familiarize yourself to Qt 5.4 known issues wiki. For those who have not yet checked what Qt 5.4 brings, please refer to the Qt 5.4 Beta blog post, the wiki article listing new Qt 5.4 features, or the documentation snapshot for more details.
Qt 5.4 Release Candidate is available via online and offline installers. Installers are available from the Qt Account for commercial users of Qt. Open source users can download installers from qt.io downloads page. Qt 5.4 RC can be updated to existing online installation using the Maintenance Tool and selecting package manager.