On Thursday 11 September 2008 22:16:25 Felix Homann wrote: > Hi Sune, > > what does it mean after all? It means that you have a bit newer phonon available supposed to be source and binary backwards compatible with phonon 4.1 as shipped with qt4.4. > As far as I can tell the Qt4.4 interface is not working. Actually, I > don't even know whether it is an interface or if Phonon is just bundled > with Qt 4.4. At least, Qt and Phonon don't play together as they should > according to the Qt docs, e.g. the example applications won't build. I have myself written a small media player without any problems. Please be more verbose. > Qt applications are supposed to build on many platforms without > modification of the source code. They won't on Debian if Phonon is > involved. So how am I supposed to use phonon in Qt applications on Debian? > > Similar discussions can be found here: > > https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qt4-x11/+bug/253854 > > and here: > > http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-freebsd/2008-June/002501.html > > Seems like it's not only a Debian specific problem. But maybe there > should be mention in something like README.Debian or README.Phonon > > 1. that Phonon is disabled > 2. how you can build Qt/Phonon applications (there's NO docs in > /usr/share/doc/libphonon* and Qt's Phonon docs don't work) phonon is not disabled. phonon is just built from phonon source package, the real upstream of phonon. Qt just embeds a copy of it. /Sune -- Man, how to insert on the GUI from the folder menu within Office NT? You either should receive a shell, or should turn off a driver to remove from the clock on a coaxial ISA mailer.
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