[qutebrowser] The qutebrowser config revolution continues!
José Alberto Orejuela García
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Thu Sep 21 09:00:18 CEST 2017
Do you have plans for writing a last post in qutebrowser blog regarding these days? It's just curiosity. =)
On martes, 12 de septiembre de 2017 23:50:24 (CEST) Florian Bruhin wrote:
> I finished my exams (all went well!) and I'm back from my holidays in Budapest,
> so the work on the new config will (finally) continue! The next three days I'll
> work on it full-time again, and unfortunately 20 of 20 days are over after
> However, I'll make sure the new-config branch is merged as soon as possible,
> and there really isn't much in the way anymore.
> This also means that when you're using the git master branch of qutebrowser,
> you're in for a bumpy ride:
> - The new config will get in hopefully somewhen this week, requiring you to
> reconfigure your qutebrowser from scratch.
> - Shortly after that, I intend to drop support for Qt < 5.7.1, Python < 3.5 and
> legacy QtWebKit (before 5.212), which might make it harder for you to get
> qutebrowser to run (depending on your distribution).
> - Soon-ish, I'll most likely flip the switch for QtWebEngine by default on
> In other words, you might want to switch to the v0.11.0 release if you want
> things to be a bit more quiet ;-)
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