Friday, 2018-07-27

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NeoChapayOk...i separate my mer:core project in obs to mer:core mer:qt56 and mer:mw - it will help test new versions of qt08:51
NeoChapayCups require poppler - it require qt - qt require cups :) NICE!11:10
bencohpoppler requires qt? bleh :/11:10
NeoChapaybencoh: popler-qt11:11
bencohah11:11
NeoChapaypoppler sory11:11
T4DylanVanAssche was added by: DylanVanAssche12:20
T4<eekkelund> welcome @DylanVanAssche :)12:23
T4<DylanVanAssche> Hi :)12:23
T4<DylanVanAssche> I'm curious about the state of QtQuickControls... How is it going?12:24
T4<eekkelund> We are still on qqc 1 .. But you can try yourself on your SFOS device!12:25
T4<eekkelund> I think @neochapay has the latest rpms in his OBS: https://build.merproject.org/project/show/home:neochapay:mer:nemo-devel-ux12:26
T4<neochapay> Obs broken now12:26
T4<DylanVanAssche> Oh okay :) any plans for qqc 2?12:26
T4<eekkelund> Yeah sure plans :D12:27
T4<eekkelund> There has been some work on moving open embedded base, it would suppport qqc2 easily. then just glacier theming of those12:28
T4<DylanVanAssche> Ah nice!12:29
T4<eekkelund> @neochapay has been the most active, he has been concentrating on nemo apps and updating mer now. :)12:29
T4<DylanVanAssche> I'm checking the current state of QQC2 across several platform to see what's possible to create 1 QML GUI for every device (desktop, UT, SFOS, ...)12:32
T4<DylanVanAssche> [Edit] I'm checking the current state of QQC2 across several platforms to see what's possible to create 1 QML GUI for every device (desktop, UT, SFOS, ...)12:32
T4<eekkelund> Have you seen this? … https://github.com/M4rtinK/universal-components … Thats also a start..12:49
T4<DylanVanAssche> @eekkelund [Have you seen this? … https://github.com/M4rtinK …], I did, that's also an option :) Nemo is then also supported I guess :p12:50
T4<DylanVanAssche> if you guys move to QCC212:50
T4<DylanVanAssche> [Edit] if you guys move to QQC212:51
T4<neochapay> We have Qt5.613:32
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