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Re: Qt4 removal plan

On 27.10.2019 16:49, Rhialto wrote:
> On Sun 27 Oct 2019 at 16:38:14 +0100, Kamil Rytarowski wrote:
>> On 27.10.2019 15:16, Rhialto wrote:
>>> On Sun 27 Oct 2019 at 11:02:18 +0100, Kamil Rytarowski wrote:
>>>> qbrz is qt4 based (at least in trunk). Maybe it would not be too
>>>> difficult to help them to upgrade to qt5 if you need it.
>>> It also doesn't seem to be compatible with py3, from a quick try...
>> It obviously needs a new maintainer.
> I had some chats with a guy who's active in brz
> ( who seems to have done
> most commits in qbrz, but that was itself over a year ago. I started
> some porting, but got stuck; see
> .
>> Fedora does not note it in the bzr->brz plan.
> Hmmm. I want Breezy mainly because it is used for storing ctwm
> ( which I co-develop (and which is also
> copied into NetBSD once in a while). And for all these branchy histories
> one really needs a graphical viewer to keep track of things :-(

I discussed with the same developer over IRC and there is no gui for
brz. This developer has no plans for working on it, but would be happy
to see someone involved.

The only option for now is to use !qt4 gui is to keep bzr-gtk, at least
as long as we will keep py2 around.

> -Olaf.

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