Re: [firstname.lastname@example.org: libqt2 libpng2 resolution]
Chris Cheney <email@example.com> writes:
> I forgot to cc debian-devel on this:
> I think that the best solution to the problem would be for me to upload a
> new version of libqt2 2.3.1 compiled against libpng2. Due to the potential
> problems with upgrading from stable (potato) to the future new stable
> (woody). I will do this tomorrow morning. After I upload the new version of
> libqt2 packages will probably need to depend on that version and
> libpng2-dev and be rebuilt, at least for the current ones that are built
> against libpng3.
> I hope that eventually this sort of problem will not be an issue due to
> symbols being overridden. Is there some way to fix this from being an
> issue in the future? This is very big and annoying problem that probably
> affects other packages, even more than just libqt/imlib.
> If anyone has any further comments please feel free to let me know. Please
> direct all flames to Overfiend ;)
Sounds good to fix all the current problems... however how are we
going to handle the libpng2 -> libpng3 conversion ? Your solution just
seems to postpone the problem.