Wireshark-dev: Re: [Wireshark-dev] 1.11.0 release
From: Jeff Morriss <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2013 10:24:15 -0400
On 10/09/13 05:47, Bálint Réczey wrote:
Hi Gerald,

2013/10/8 Gerald Combs <[email protected]>:
I've scheduled the release of 1.11.0 for next Tuesday, October 15.
Corrections and additions for the release notes are welcome.

Unfortunately the transitional state of our UI will be reflected in the
release packages:

Windows 32-bit: GTK3 and Qt
Windows 64-bit: GTK2 and Qt
OS X 64-bit: Qt
OS X 32-bit: GTK2
Source: GTK3

Hopefully this won't cause too much confusion. I'll probably enable Qt
by default in the sources in the next few days, so at least the Windows
and source tarball will match.
Do you mean enabling Qt and GTK in CMake builds?
How about dropping the automake based and nmake based makefile systems and
replacing both with CMake?
CMake should be available on every platform where Qt builds.
I think our CMake stuff has a ways to go before it's ready.  Someone 
already mentioned needing to generate the source tarball but another 
issue is cross compilation.  It looks like CMake supports that from v2.6 
but I suppose we'd have to do some work to get it working (and who here 
actually cross compiles? There are users who do but it seems no developers).