Qt3 and LSB compliance
steve.langasek at ubuntu.com
Wed Mar 2 17:19:30 UTC 2011
On Wed, Mar 02, 2011 at 04:05:14PM +0000, Jonathan Riddell wrote:
> It would be good to move Qt 3 from main to universe, it's unmaintained
> upstream, is a duplication of another library (Qt 4) and is not
> actively used by anything much.
> Reverse Build Depends:
> Package: avahi Qt 3 bindings can be dropped
> Package: cppunit Qt 3 GUI can be dropped
> Package: djvulibre Qt 3 GUI can be dropped
> Package: qt-x11-free
> Package: qwt Qt 3 widgets can be dropped
> Package: scribus can be moved to universe
> Package: unixodbc Qt 3 bindings can be droped
This isn't just bindings; the main Qt3 output on this package are the GUI
ODBC management tools, for which we have no alternative. I need to check
whether upstream has a Qt4-friendly version; if anyone happens to know
already your input is welcome.
(This is Debian bug #604387, btw)
> This leaves one dependency, lsb-desktop. LSB upstream is pretty
> inactive and doesn't seem to be updating to remove this obsolete
> library. Do we care about about LSB to keep Qt 3 in main?
The only thing in main that depends on lsb->lsb-desktop is 'kubuntu-full' -
so you tell us? :-)
Ironically, lsb-desktop also has a reverse-dependency of 'lsb-qt4'.
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