Bug#469783: libqt4-dev: Please add qtdemo back and provide the examples
Thanks for the follow-up!
On 10 March 2008 at 12:21, Brian Nelson wrote:
| Dirk Eddelbuettel <email@example.com> writes:
| > PS It would be nice if you could change debian/rules to set
| > -demosdir "/usr/share/qt4/demos" \
| > -examplesdir "/usr/share/qt4/examples" \
| > as the current qmake binary has the rather awkward paths
| > /usr/demos
| > /usr/examples
| > preset given thet prefix=/usr.
| That's a fine change to make, but it also illustrates the problem of
| including a usable qtdemo. All of the demo sources and binaries would
| end up in /usr/share/qt4/demos, which is fine for the sources but bad
| for the binaries. The binaries would need to go in /usr/lib/qt4/demos
| or something, and qtdemo would need to be hacked to find those
| binaries... and it becomes annoyingly difficult to include useful demos
| for qtdemo...
Fair enough. Given that this mixes binaries and code/docs, how about
-demosdir "/usr/lib/qt4/demos" \
-examplesdir "/usr/lib/qt4/examples" \
It would be really nice to get this added back in. I toyed with just putting
another package on of libqt4-dev / qt4-docs, but that failed due to this
compile-time configuration issue that seeps through to qmake.
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