Release Notes: Several minor bugfixes and improvements were made.
Release Notes: Several minor bugfixes and performance enhancements were made.
Release Notes: New features include new classes for state machine framework, for handling multitouch events, for support of 3D applications, for graphics effects, new audio input and output classes, and new abstract video output classes. A new animation framework and a new gesture framework were added. Many optimizations and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: Several minor bugs were fixed. Documentation and examples were improved.
Release Notes: This maintenance release includes many minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Documentation and examples have been improved. The Graphics View Framework has been optimized in several areas. Many minor bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: The runtime performance of applications was improved. A new pluggable graphics system was introduced. QtBenchLib, a new performance benchmarking library, was added. The latest version of WebKit is provided. Proxy support was improved. A new debugger for the QtScript ECMA scripting engine was added. XSLT support for transformation of XML content into XML, HTML, or other text was added. Support for 64-bit development on Apple's Cocoa Framework was added. LGPL version 2.1 was added to the available licenses.
Release Notes: This release serves only to rebrand Qt. The copyright has been transferred to Nokia Corporation. The icons and other graphics have been updated to reflect the rebranding. No bug fixes or optimizations have been made.
Release Notes: The WebKit browser engine was integrated. The KDE Phonon multimedia framework is now used. The QtConcurrent framework for writing multi-threaded programs without using low-level threading primitives was added. The XQuery XML standard is now supported. Many other enhancements were made, and many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Major new additions found in this release include enhanced support for native Windows Vista applications; QtScript: an integrated ECMA standard scripting engine; support for Secure Socket Layer (SSL) communications; faster, higher quality 3D graphics rendering with an improved OpenGL engine; a more flexible Main Window architecture; the ability to both render and generate SVG vector graphics images; and improvements to Qtopia Core, including a new font system and enhanced support for OpenGL ES.