Whatever happened to including Qt libraries by default?

Omer Akram om26er at ubuntu.com
Mon Nov 26 13:21:43 UTC 2012


Qt is on the. libqt4-dev is a development package (note the -dev). I don't
think ubuntu ships any other development package in the cd.


On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 6:16 PM, Chris Wilson <notgary at ubuntu.com> wrote:

> During the 11.10 cycle, it was decided to include the Qt libraries on the
> desktop CD by default, but unless I've missed something, they don't seem to
> be there. Since then, I've always found myself having to install libqt4-dev
> each time I reinstall Ubuntu. What was the reason for not including them in
> the end?
> Chris
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