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Month: November 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Hello list!

From: Andrea Cascio <andrea@...>
Date: Sun, 20 Nov 2011 01:25:31 +0100
On Saturday 19 November 2011 01:01:00 Robert Xu wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 18, 2011 at 18:56, Andrea Cascio <andrea@...> wrote:
> > Many thanks for the help Robert!
> > Ok, now I finally have a coherent set of patches. Many of them are just
> > for specific builds, but it seems to me that some should be included in
> > the main tree. Anyway, I don't know the codebase enough. :)
> It's the weekend, so I should be able to continue working on packaging.
> Until Sunday. >_> Then it's all hell breaks loose until Wednesday night...
> sigh.

Thanks god it's weekend here too :D , so finally we have some updated qt3 
packages for openSUSE :)
I have commited to the OBS, and it's completing the build, I still don't know 
how to force the build of "extensions" and "devel-doc" but at least the core 
packages are ready for testing.

If you approve, can you commit to GIT?

Now, I have some question for people on the list:
If I understand correctly, qt3-3.3.8d is GPL only, isn't it? Should I edit the 
specfile removing references to QPL and the lines about "buying licenses from 

I had a problem with qt3-extensions: the specfile builds a qt3-unixODBC 
subpackage, and of course requires unixODBC-devel. Ok, but 3.3.8d (unlike 
3.3.8b/c!) links libiodbc, that come from iODBC, which in turn "conflicts" 
2 solutions here:
- drop qt3-unixODBC and build a qt3-iodbc.
- revert the change that included iodbc in the dependencies.

I've chosen the second, because seems a bit more conservative. The new patch, 
for opensuse builds, is revert-iodbc-to-uodbc.diff, I hope it does not broke 
something else in the SQL part.

A final note:
Is name correct? Not qttdeintegration_x11.cpp?

So, what now Robert? :) 
tdelibs? Seems though...