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* Dr. Giovanni A. Orlando <gorlando@futuretg.com> [020425 12:54]:
> You need to ship qt3 linked libraries ... but also includes qt2 libs.
> Is important to note that while in the previous generation (QT2 
> generation), the qt lib was actual qt2, now qt lib will be qt3.
> Therefore is you remove the previous development enviroment, some 
> program linked with Qt2, will found now qt3, and may get SEGV.
> These programs may be recompiled or ported to the new library.

Perhaps I understood something wrong, but I was under the impression,
that somthing linked against libwhatever.so.number by libwhatever.so
beeing en symlink to this when compiling, will always use 
libwhatever.so.number, even if libwhatver.so is now an symlink to

Thus changing the development environment to the new version should
only effect programs beeing compiled and not programs in binary
form. (As long as libqt.so.2 is still around, but that seems to
be no problem on my potato-box)

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Hu, why that long?

  Bernhard R. Link

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