The following platforms are supported in Qt 6.1. For information about prior Qt releases, please consult the relevant version in the Qt Documentation Archives.
Supported platforms are actively maintained, subjected to testing, and bugs discovered in these platforms are prioritized for correction. Significant errors discovered in testing can impact release dates.
The Qt Company offers commercial support for all officially supported platforms and configurations.
Configurations not listed below are not officially supported by the Qt Project. However, Qt may still run on unsupported platforms and configurations. The Qt Company, Qt partners, open source developers, and community users are able to provide assistance in this situation.
Note: Support for specific configurations or operating system versions may end before the support for Qt 6.1 does. A subsequent patch release of Qt 6.1 may drop support for a configuration or replace it with a currently-supported version.
|CentOS Linux 8.3||GCC 9|
|openSUSE 15.2||GCC 9|
|SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP2||GCC 10|
|Ubuntu 20.04||GCC as provided by Canonical, GCC 9.x|
|Generic Linux||GCC 9|
|Target Platform||Architecture||Build Environment|
|macOS 10.14, 10.15, 11.0||Xcode 12 (11.1 SDK)|
|Windows 10||MSVC 2019, MinGW 8.1|
|Android 6.0 or later (API level 23 or higher)||Clang 11.0.5 (NDK r22b), Clang 9.0.8 (NDK r21) and Clang 8.0.7 (NDK r20b) as provided by Google, MinGW 8.1|
|Target Platform||Architecture||Build Environment||Notes|
|iOS 13, iOS 14||Xcode 12 (iOS 14 SDK)|
Refer to Configure an Embedded Linux Device for information on generic cross-compilation of Qt for Embedded Linux devices.
For further embedded platform support, please consult the Qt for Device Creation documentation.
Note: All the supported configurations are not provided as binary packages in the Qt installer. However, the intention is to provide the most widely-used configurations for the developer's convenience.
Note: Linux binary packages are linked against glibc 2.28. If you are using a glibc version older than that you need to build Qt from sources or upgrade glibc to 2.28 or newer.
Individual modules might be available only on some platforms, or they might not support all configurations. For example, as Qt WebEngine has Chromium as a third-party dependency, platform or configuration limitations upstream also apply to Qt WebEngine.
The documentation for each module contains detailed information about any exceptions the module has from the general platform and configuration support as described on this page.
The deployment procedure for each platform is different and they are covered in greater detail in their platform pages. Meanwhile, there is a deployment article for summarizing the deployment procedure in general.
|Version||Release date||Standard Support Until||Extended Support Availability|
|5.12 (5.12.10) LTS||2018-12-05||2021-12-05||Yes|
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