Ralf Nolden <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: [...] > Ok, long time ago someone (probably Ivan) packaged Qt that it follows these > rules: > > $QTDIR=/usr/share/qt > > Qt includes -> /usr/include/qt > Qt libraries -> /usr/lib > > Now that Martin already moved the QTDIR to /usr/share/qt3 for his Qt3 package, > and the problems to combine all 4 Qt versions (Qt3, Qt2, Qt3-embedded, > Qt2-embedded) so that they work for developers in whichever way they want to > use the and the recompile orgy and importing of Qt3/KDE3 apps into sid, I > think this is the one time chance to finally fix those issues once and for > all. Therefore, we intend to change the include path to the Qt 3 header files > from /usr/include/qt to /usr/include/qt3. > > This is the best thing to do and the next step would be to rework on Qt 2 with > Ivan to make it match the requirements for parallel installation for > developers with the minimum of pain and no file conflicts. [...] So you actually intend to make the Qt2/3/etc. development packages coexist? Normally, different major versions of -dev packages conflict with each other, particularly because the .so and .a files share the same name. How do you plan to work around this? -- My secret to happiness... is that I have a heart of a 12-year-old boy. It's over here in a jar. Would you like to see it?
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