phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Mon Sep 19 22:30:20 BST 2022
On 19/09/2022 22:20, c.buhtz at posteo.jp wrote:
> I learned that the support for Qt5 ends next year.
> And I also learned that the company behind PyQt5 is different from
> that one behind Qt5.
> But I have to ask how do you handle your support deadlines. Are you
> stick to Qt and drop the support (bugfixes and security fixes) in 2023
> also? Or do you handle that different?
PyQt5 will be supported until the end of 2023 at least although any new
releases will focus on making sure it still builds with the latest
version of SIP and PyQt-builder.
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