On Thu, 02 Mar 2017 16:31:43 +0100, Sandro Mani <manisandro(a)gmail.com>
I did similar work for Qt5.7, and these packages are now in Rawhide.
I'll gladly look at your 5.8 packages as soon as the native Qt5.8
packages enter Fedora (don't know why they are still sticking with 5.7).
For curiosity, does the problem you describe affect the mingw-qt-*-5.7.1
packages currently in rawhide?
On 02.03.2017 15:15, Martin Bříza wrote:
> I've spent some time lately porting the Fedora MinGW Qt5 packages to
> 5.8.0 while compiling them against a recent version of ANGLE.
> Currently, with 5.6 and the version of ANGLE we have, OpenGL Qt apps
> don't work right on Windows versions below 10 if the users don't have
> proper graphics drivers.
> I have addressed this issue by shamelessly copying the work of Martchus
> on Github and does great work in keeping the MinGW stack up-to-date in
> Arch Linux's AUR.
> I created a Copr repo  where the packages are pre-compiled from the
> spec files and srpms that are contained in my fedorapeople space .
> qt3d and qtmultimedia are not done yet. There are some things which
> should be fixed, like branches for win32/64 and dynamic/static builds.
> I have added a qtquickcontrols static compile step, however not a
> Overall I'd say it's still a bit messy but not completely bad - with
> some tweaks I hope it should be importable to Fedora.
> Please take a look at it if you have some time - importing this is very
> important for Fedora Media Writer because currently it cannot run on
> Windows 7 and 8 machines without an up-to-date graphics driver.
thanks for letting me know. I think you forgot to update the
qtquickcontrols package. It's still stuck at 5.6.0 and causes a conflict
when attempting to install mingw32-qt\* . I'll try to build it here myself
and I'll let you know how it works with ANGLE.