Re: Howto compile qt-x11 on the Hurd / testers needed
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- Date: 16 Oct 2002 11:55:19 +0200
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Le mar 15/10/2002 à 01:18, Marcus Brinkmann a écrit :
> does this mean you will port KDE next? :)
No, because for one thing I don't know much about KDE, and because I
already had just enough disk space to compile qt...
But if you have a spare 50To disk, I may change my mind ;-)
> That's easy with dpkg-architecture (lots of examples of that these days).
hmmm, the debian/rules now just does cp debian/configs/ files to
configs/ ; I'm not even sure it is policy-compliant to do so...
> > 3) test;
> > 4) file a bug report with patch to the bts
> You should also consider filing upstream related issues directly upstream in
> addition to the BTS. Although Debian maintainers are encouraged to do that
> themselves, and frequently do, sometimes (for example, for orphaned
> packages) this ain't happen and can cause serious delays. Also, if upstream
> has questions about the patch it's much easier if they get direct connection
> to Hurd people.
I guess qt isn't orphaned yet... I'll probably send a mail to the bts,
and try to have news on irc...
> Hell, this is more than minimal testing in my book, just go on and file
> those reports :)
Ok, I'll proceed when I find time.
Snark on #hurd, #hurdfr