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Bug#411099: marked as done (Please do not tar demos and examples)

Your message dated Thu, 17 Jul 2008 18:56:08 +0200
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and subject line Re: Bug#391797: Acknowledgement (qtdemo can find examples and demos)
has caused the Debian Bug report #391797,
regarding Please do not tar demos and examples
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Package: qt4-doc
Version: 4.2.1-2
Severity: wishlist

Currently the demos and examples are tarred up and put into

This unfortunately breaks qtdemo, where the examples are not shown, and
the demos can't be run.
It also makes it quite cumbersome, to test, run and inspect the
demos/examples, because each time you have to unpack the files.
The space savings are not really that big and qt4-doc is already pretty
large, so it won't matter anyways.
So, please ship the demos/examples untarred as they were build during
Please also note, that currently the tarballs contain a lot of 
.moc/.obj/.rcc build directories, ship should not be distributed.


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Version: 4.4.0~beta1-1

Works fine now, closing.

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