Re: Fwd: qgis is marked for autoremoval from testing
On 01-02-16 17:58, Paolo Cavallini wrote:
> Il 01/02/2016 13:22, Sebastiaan Couwenberg ha scritto:
>> On 01-02-16 13:12, Johan Van de Wauw wrote:
>>> On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 1:03 PM, Sebastiaan Couwenberg wrote:
>>>> On 01-02-16 08:33, Paolo Cavallini wrote:
>>>>> so, as expected, we are going to miss qgis. What is expected then? Not
>>>>> having back until QGIS 3.0? Any better hope?
>>>> I hope we manage to build QGIS 2.14 with Qt5 despite full Qt5 and Python
>>>> 3 support being planned for QGIS 3.0.
>>> I suppose Python 2 will still be available.
>> But PyQt5 is only available for Python 3, that's one of the big blockers.
> So, in short testing+unstable users should expect a qgis without Python
> (and webkit?) soon? This is especially worrisome, as this should be a
> Long Term Release, and QGIS 3.0 is not expected very soon, leaving
> therefore many of us without QGIS. Is there a solution, besides avoiding
> upgrade for a long time?
The solution is to get the Qt5 support into QGIS 2.14 at least.
Users of testing should expect the removal of qgis soon, and therefore
the inability to install qgis from the testing repositories.
Users of unstable should expect qgis to become uninstallable when
libqtwebkit4 is actually removed. Before that will happen, the QtWebKit
module will be removed from python-qt4 . When that happens we can no
longer build qgis until it can be switched to Qt5.
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