LGPL-licensed Qt solutions released

Qt SoftwareQt software has released the first batch of Qt solutions licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). According to the release announcement, this first batch will be followed in the coming weeks by the release of the full set of Qt components. The components that made it in this first batch are:

  • MML Widget
  • Pie Menu
  • SOAP
  • State Machine Framework (New!)
  • Animation Framework
  • Window Menu
  • Locked File
  • Thumb Wheel

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