Using Qt Creator, I have built the release version of my application on ~/Documents/QtProjects/build-renamer-Desktop_Qt_5_1_0_clang_64bit-Release.So the first thing I did was run otool on my application:
I thought that running otool -L renamer.app/Contents/MacOS/renamer would change the output to the new Qt paths, but it is still the same. I thought I followed all the steps, but it doesn't work. Did I miss a step or do something wrong? I am able to successfully deploy my program on Windows without a problem, but I'm having trouble on the Mac. How can I make it so that running otool will display the newly set path for finding the QtCore, QtGui and QtWidgets framework from within my renamer.app bundle?
I also tried to use macdeployqt to deploy my app, but my app doesn't work when I rename/remove the Qt library installed under ~/Qt5.1.0/5.1.0/clang_64. I tried the commands sudo macdeployqt renamer.app under my project folder after adding /bin to my PATH. The macdeployqt runs fine, but when I rename/remove Qt, my application no longer runs. I also ran otool after running macdeployqt, but the output hasn't changed. I think macdeployqt copies the necessary Qt libraries to the app bundle, but does not correctly change where to look for the qt libraries.
Renamer is a powerful, feature-rich batch-file renamer that makes renaming many files quick and easy. If you ever had to rename hundreds or thousands of files file by hand and thought "there must be an easier way", then Renamer is for you. With Renamer, you can save hours of tedious typing at the stroke of a button.
Add 5.2.1 classifiers built with additional data and tuning. These are approved for U.S.F.W.S. Northern long-eared bat surveys, but they are NOT approved for Indiana bat surveys. This version also includes older 5.1.0 classifiers which are approved for both Northern long-eared and Indiana bat surveys using the balanced setting.Fix bug related to extracting negative values of latitude and longitude coordinates for output to .csv files and database records.
Keep your collection of custom filters through a minor updates to patch Gramps (e.g., from version 5.1.0 to 5.1.2) by manually copying your custom_filter.xml from Gramps User Directory to the corresponding directory in new gramps_version_number. Even minor upgrades with feature changes (e.g., from a 5.0.x to a 5.1.x version) may include XML format changes since the recent innovation of addon rules are causing rapid evolution in Filters. So porting filters in this manner requires verification that the XML definitions haven't changed. Also, Addon rules may have to be installed in the new upgrade before copied custom filters will work safely.
Improved upgrade processThis update improves the reliability of the upgrade process. If you already upgraded to version 188.8.131.52-CN1, there is no need to upgrade to version 184.108.40.206-CN2, because your upgrade was already successful and there is no other benefit.
Version changeDb2 Warehouse changed its versioning to reflect the level of the Db2 engine that it uses. Db2 Warehouse 220.127.116.11 uses the Db2 11.5 engine, which was released in July 2019, and has since been updated with the following additional features and fixes:
LaTeX: removal of some internal TeX \dimen registers (not previouslypublicly documented) as per 5.1.0 code comments in sphinx.sty:\sphinxverbatimsep, \sphinxverbatimborder, \sphinxshadowsep,\sphinxshadowsize, and \sphinxshadowrule. (refs: #11105)
To upgrade to Cumulus Linux 5.1.0 from Cumulus Linux 4.x or 3.x, you must install a disk image of the new release using ONIE. You cannot upgrade packages with the apt-get upgrade command.Upgrading an MLAG pair requires additional steps. If you are using MLAG to dual connect two Cumulus Linux switches in your environment, follow the steps in Upgrade Switches in an MLAG Pair below to ensure a smooth upgrade.
Install a Cumulus Linux image if you are performing a rolling upgrade in a production environment and if are using up-to-date and comprehensive automation scripts. This upgrade method enables you to choose the exact release to which you want to upgrade and is the only method available to upgrade your switch to a new release train (for example, from 4.4.3 to 5.1.0).
Windows 32-bit Installer: -v5.1.0-x86.msiWindows 64-bit Installer: -v5.1.0-x64.msiWindows 32-bit Binary: -x86/node.exeWindows 64-bit Binary: -x64/node.exeMac OS X 64-bit Installer: -v5.1.0.pkgMac OS X 64-bit Binary: -v5.1.0-darwin-x64.tar.gzLinux 32-bit Binary: -v5.1.0-linux-x86.tar.gzLinux 64-bit Binary: -v5.1.0-linux-x64.tar.gzSmartOS 32-bit Binary: -v5.1.0-sunos-x86.tar.gzSmartOS 64-bit Binary: -v5.1.0-sunos-x64.tar.gzARMv6 32-bit Binary: -v5.1.0-linux-armv6l.tar.gzARMv7 32-bit Binary: -v5.1.0-linux-armv7l.tar.gzARMv8 64-bit Binary: -v5.1.0-linux-arm64.tar.gzSource Code: -v5.1.0.tar.gzOther release files: Documentation:
Note: Mattermost v5.1.0 contains a low severity level security fix. Upgrading is highly recommended. Details will be posted on our security updates page 30 days after release as per the Mattermost Responsible Disclosure Policy.
Xnu-qemu-arm64 is based on 4.2.0. QEMU 4.2.0 has very limited support of ARMv8.3 and no support for the LDAPR instruction. The immediate task ahead was to move all the xnu-related source files over to a freshly downloaded source of QEMU 5.1.0. Below is a Git diff showing the files added to the official QEMU 5.1.0 source from xnu-qemu-arm64:
Due to changes in the source from QEMU 4.2.0 to 5.1.0, memory_region_allocate_system_memory had to be changed to memory_region_init_ram. It takes the same arguments in the same order plus one extra (&error_fatal). The full Git diff file can be downloaded below:
PowerGREP can now search through disk images using the NTFS (Windows), HFS+ (OS X), ext2, ext3, and ext4 (Linux) file systems. You can enable or disable these as part of the archive format configuration. If you upgrade from PowerGREP 5.0.x to 5.1.0 then these new formats are automatically added to the predefined archive format configurations. If you load an action or file selection saved with a previous version of PowerGREP, then the new formats are not automatically added. This ensures that a saved action or file selection continues to work exactly the way it did when you saved it. If the saved file selection uses a archive format configuration as predefined in 5.0.x then this is indicated with a number such as (2) in the File Selector to indicate that it uses different settings from the new predefined configuration in 5.1.0.