The past year, and especially the past 6 months, has been crazy, and I haven’t had time for packaging software. With that and other lapses over the past few years, I’ve decided to slow down. I still use the software at my job, this will be the main focus. I’m starting to catch up, but I only have a vague ETA of before the end of the year, hopefully.
This is what I have in mind:
Immediately, I will bump the minimum to macOS 10.14 Mojave due to a change in one of the GDAL dependencies. In the future I may bump the minimum again in the middle of a major GDAL or QGIS release.
I don’t know what I will do with M1. I don’t have an M1 Mac yet for development, though I do have access to one for testing. QGIS may take a while anyways because a new Qt version is needed, and a QGIS update for that is in progress.
- GDAL Complete
I will try to keep this up to date, independent of the QGIS version, so it could change in the middle of a QGIS major version.
I will package only the LTR version. It looks like the releases will slow down so this works well with my plan. Qt could be a problem due to licensing changes and changing system support. It’s possible I could change Qt versions in the middle of a QGIS release.
Low priority for updates. I’ll package them as time permits.