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Bug#343739: qt4-dev-tools: menu item for assistant

Petr Mensik <pihhan@cipis.net> writes:

> Is there any reason why Qt Assistant does have any Menuitem in some
> debian Xserver menus? In KDE menu i didnt found any of Qt Designer, Qt
> Linguist, or Qt Assistant. That doest bother me much, as its under
> Debian subtree. Still i think it might be there, because who else will
> try using Qt language than KDE programmer? 

Plenty, I'd guess, including myself...

> But maybe against debian policies, dunno. But what i look for is
> Assistant menuitem somewhere.  Its simple program, but its helpful
> when you doing something with Qt.  But i did not found other way of
> starting assistant, than from commandline. I think some menuitem would
> not do something bad, so why would not add Qt Assistant to help
> section or applications/programming?  Not everyone know he has
> installed it when he cant find it in menu. Will it be there, or there
> are reasons why its not already there?

There is a menu entry for it, under Apps/Tools.  This might not be the
most logical place for it, but the Debian menu hierarchy is a total mess
anyway.  I don't think Apps/Programming is appropriate since you can't
actually use it for programming, unlike the other stuff that appears
under there.  I'm open to other suggestions though.

Captain Logic is not steering this tugboat.

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