On Monday 18 August 2008 09:58:44 Antonio Aloisio wrote: > Hi, > I'm the current maintainer of the Qt4 packages for Maemo. > In these days I'm working on the Qt 4.4.1 packages > > I'm trying to keep the Debian and the Maemo Qt packages synchronized.. > when possible.. Are you working against current debian/experimental package or debian/unstable or pkg-kde svn packaging or something else ? > By the way I've some questions to ask you. > > 1. Why are you using find with --delete flag instead that find with > "-print0 | xargs -0 rm -rf" in debian/rules? > Maemo uses the old find version and the delete flag is not available at > all. I don't think we ever planned to be used with so old toolchains. I also don't know if the packaging actually works with the debhelper version 4 as maemo ships. I am currently trying to update the debian toolchain to something newer, as it is needed to build kde4 anyway. ANd I would really like a dpkg-buildpackage supporting -jmany. > 2. I'm going to split the libqt4-dbg in several packages in order to > save space on the device and permit the > developer to debug the application on the device. > Eg. Moving the qt3support symbols in a new dbg package. > Are you interested to split the debug package or not? The -dbg is already split in several parts if you look at the newest packaging. libqt4-dbg, libqt4-webkit-dbg, libqt4-xmlpatterns-dbg. Back then, we didn't think it would gain much to split it further. > 3. I want to create the "not-installed" file. Is the script public > available? Or I need to write it by myself? This is just manually.. Or when you are satisfied with what debian/rules list- missing returns as not installed, just doing debian/rules list-missing |sed 's/^-//' > debian/not-installed you are home safe. Note that this feature needs newer cdbs than provided by maemo debian devkit. > I haven't any questions for now. > Thank you all and I hope to keep in touch with you. I am wonderin if it makes sense to look for maemo in DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS and then do some specific things in the rules file to only have one set of packaging - but this is just a quick braindump. Feedback from co-packagers is very much needed. /Sune -- Do you know how could I mount the controller? First of all you neither must turn off the command prompt, nor should boot from a proxy of the RW provider to turn on a head.
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