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Re: Qt apps linking against obsolete version

Chris Cheney <ccheney@cheney.cx> writes:

> I compiled a list of non-kde applications that are still compiling
> against libqt2.  I then went through one by one and tried to compile
> against libqt3 to see if they could be updated. In some cases a newer
> version of the application is available that may be needed to recompile
> against libqt3. Most of the ones that fail seem to be unmaintained
> upstream as well.
> The fewer apps using qt2 the better since it means users don't have to
> use as much ram loading different libraries.
> nethack		(dead? - last update Mar 20 2002 )

The nethack site claims that it can be compiled with Qt3.  I'll look
into it and see what needs to be done to fix it.

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