packages linked against Qt
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On Wed, 12 Jul 2000, Peter S Galbraith wrote:
> Jakub Lida wrote:
> > [...]
> > **> a new package KRogue <**
> > which is a rouge-like game KDE port [...]
> > http://ksi.ii.uj.edu.pl/krogue/.
> What's the license? Does it link to Qt?
> What does it depend on from KDE that is not already part of Debian?
> That stuff will need to be packaged too. What's the license on
> that? Are you aware of the issues surrounding the distribution
> of GPL code linked against Qt?
Yes, I am aware that no packages depending on contrib/non-free can enter
But it can be packaged as contrib for now, and in the future it may try to
enter the distribution with new Qt 2.2 and KDE 2.0, which may be issued at
the base of a new Debian-proper licence; according to firstname.lastname@example.org:
> Right now it is kind of unclear. Qt 2.2 will probably be released with a
> GPL compatible licence, so that KDE 2.0 can be distributed without any
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