Are you planning a migration to the newly released Qt 4 ?
Yes, eventually. No timetable yet.
If anyone is working with it, and could give us a report, that'd be great - we're in the middle of a significant development cycle on our ERP product, and likely won't be upgrading to Qt 4 until after that.
Of particular interest is the question of whether Qt still requires X to be running. This is a limitation that limits OpenRPT's usefulness in environments where running X isn't an option.
AFAIK, in qt4 the library was separated to several componects, something like core (non-gui and utils), gui, and few other libraries. So I think it is possible to make a non-gui app without linking with xlib.
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