[ATrpms-users] Re: Myth 0.17 and QT 3.1
thomas at boerkel.de
Thu Feb 24 15:39:30 CET 2005
Axel Thimm wrote:
> When Isaac tags qt 3.1 as unsupported, I won't argue against him, even
> if there are futile attempts by other devs to keep it going.
> Supporting at 3.1 at ATrpms means collecting the broken bits and
> backporting stuff for qt 3.1. I did that when qt 3.0 was dropped and
> it didn't really benefit many people, while it consumed a lot of time.
> I'd suggest upgrading to FC3
It's not the work involved that I fear. It's the stability of the kernel
> or using qt from bleeding (the latter is
> OK for a mythtv box, but has known issues on a full installation,
> which is why it is in bleeding after all).
As I said in another thread, I did not succeed with the bleeding QT in a
VMware installation of FC1. I ended up with an installation, where
kdemultimedia cannot be installed anymore.
What about my other suggestion I mailed to you about installing QT 3.3
in parallel to 3.1, only for MythTV use and linking MythTV against that?
That would leave the OS alone and prevent the need for installing
redhat-artwork from FC2 and reinstalling KDE.
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