Hi all, Le vendredi, 5 avril 2013 15.02:39, Julien Cristau a écrit : > cc:ing the lsb maintainer Thanks for the explicit CC. > On Sun, Mar 31, 2013 at 01:22:59 -0700, Jonathan Nieder wrote: > > If I understand the lsb packaging correctly, Debian aims at support > > for LSB 4.1 these days instead of LSB 3.2. That's correct. The packages created by src:lsb try to achieve that support. Note that Debian is not (has not and I doubt it will eventually be) LSB- certified. > > More importantly, the Linux Standard Base Desktop Specification > > (both version 3.2 or 4.1) says: > > The libraries listed in Table 3-1 shall be available on a > > Linux Standard Base - Desktop system, with the specified > > runtime names. > > > > [...] > > libqt-mt libqt-mt.so.3 > > > > but wheezy does not include that library. That's correct. This has been documented in lsb-desktop NEWS entry for the 4.1+Debian7 version (attached): > From its 4.1+Debian7 version on, lsb-desktop doesn't depend on Qt3 > anymore. This is an explicit and Debian-specific derogation from the LSB > 4.1 specification. Then the README.Debian points to snapshot.debian.org. > > Index: whats-new.dbk > > =================================================================== > > --- whats-new.dbk (révision 9650) > > +++ whats-new.dbk (copie de travail) > > @@ -362,7 +362,10 @@ > > > > </programlisting> > > > > <para> > > > > -Debian still supports Linux Standard Base (<acronym>LSB</acronym>) > > version 3.2. +Debian supports Linux Standard Base > > (<acronym>LSB</acronym>) version 4.1. +It also supports most Linux > > Standard Base Desktop 4.1 interfaces, with +the exception that instead > > of including both Qt 3 and Qt 4, it only +includes Qt 4. > > > > <indexterm><primary>Linux Standard Base</primary></indexterm> > > </para> I would phrase it as the carefully-thought NEWS entry above: > Debian supports Linux Standard Base (<acronym>LSB</acronym>) version 4.1, > with one explicit and Debian-specific derogation from the > <acronym>LSB</acronym> 4.1 specification: Qt3 is not included; see the > lsb-desktop README file. What do you think ? > Didier, care to ack/nak? ACK-but. :-) Cheers, OdyX
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