I've been toying with the 'best' method of compiling KDE3 on woody lately,
and in the interests of lazyness I'm wondering whether it's a good idea to
use woodys qt3 packages.
Everything (almost) has compiled fine using those, seems very stable. If I
were to have compiled qt3 myself though, could I expect any noticable leaps
in performance? Any qt specific optimizations I could/should use?
There was one niggle taking this shortcut, kdegraphics won't compile. It
requires imlib, imlib requires an older version libpng whose -dev package
conflicts with the libpng-dev package that qt3 wants, in short imlib and qt3
dev files won't coexist, I can't compile kdegraphics. Should I just forget
about this and start over with a custom built qt3 perhaps like I should have
done the first time around?
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