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Qt 5.7 Consolidates Open Source, Commercial Versions Under New Licensing

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The Qt Company has released a new version of its namesake C++ cross-platform app dev tool, featuring new licensing that consolidates the open source and commercial versions of its Qt for Application Development offering. "Qt has always been available as Free Software, and will continue to be so in the future," the company's Lars Knoll said in a blog post last week announcing Qt 5.7. "Qt is being developed as an open source project, The Qt Company is fully committed to this, and in addition, the agreement with the KDE Free Qt Foundation legally ensures this.





  


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