What's New in Qt 6.0
Building Qt from sources now requires CMake and Ninja. See Build System Changes in Qt 6 for more details on this and other changes in configure.
Qt 6.0 is streamlined compared to Qt 5 and some modules are no longer in the default installation of Qt 6.0. Because of the modularized structure of Qt, new modules or previous Qt 5 modules may appear in future releases of Qt 6. For more information, visit the All Modules page.
The Changes to Qt Modules in Qt 6 has a list of API changes.
The following are new modules in Qt 6.0.
The following are Qt 5 modules that are not in Qt 6.0. They may be re-introduced in a future release of Qt 6.
|Qt Android Extras||See Changes to Qt Extras Modules|
|Qt Data Visualization|
|Qt Graphical Effects||only QML types|
|Qt Mac Extras||See Changes to Qt Extras Modules|
|Qt Multimedia Widgets|
|Qt Quick Extras||Merged into Qt Quick Controls|
|Qt Remote Objects|
|Qt Script Tools|
|Qt Serial Bus|
|Qt Serial Port|
|Qt Windows Extras||See Changes to Qt Extras Modules|
|Qt X11 Extras||See Changes to Qt Extras Modules|
|Qt XML Patterns|
These pages contain an overview of API changes in Qt 6.0:
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