So it seems we're giving up completely on the idea of some sane system
for having debian install the compatibility Qt headers by default just
like *every* other Qt installation?
I realise I brought this up several times some months ago, and it did
seem IIRC that it was generally agreed upon that it was a Good Thing to
have debian users get the same set of compatibility headers that
everyone else gets, and that the debian package management system was
*not* meant to be abused to punish users into hassling developers to
write non-legacy code.
I was quieted by the fact that Ralf explained the dependencies would be
patched in Qt 3.1.2, and that the appropriate patches were sitting in
CVS in qt-copy/debian.
It seems that not only were these patches never uploaded to sid in the
meantime, but now they've actually been removed from CVS altogether.
Dare I ask why?
> CVS commit by loschwitz:
> Merge with Debian Packages 3.1.1-8
> M +5 -4 control 1.57