Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 249020
Last modified: 2008-01-31 12:27:21 EST
Description of problem:
Is the a qscintilla for qt4?
Looks like I'll need it for: UniversalIndentGUI.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
I'll look into it.
Looks like we'll need a new pkg, called something like qscintilla2 for this, or
end up making qscintilla1 and qscintilla(2). Either way, looks like we'll need
a new package review.
So, you interested in helping out? maintaining? comaintaining? reviewing? :)
Progress so far:
first problem I see, similar to qwtplot3d, is that both the qt3 and qt4 versions
of qscintilla use an identical shared library name (soname + somajor). Bad.
Means you can't really have both installed (and functional) at the same time.
wtf were they thinking? (or maybe I totally misunderstand how it works).
I totally enjoy seeing you do all the work. :) So, if you feel like being the
only maintainer on this, that's totally fine with me.
Having comaintainers is always preferable.
Neal, looks like you've made some good progress recently, would you (or anyone)
be interested in submitting/maintaining qscintilla2?
(In reply to comment #5)
> Having comaintainers is always preferable.
> Neal, looks like you've made some good progress recently, would you (or
> be interested in submitting/maintaining qscintilla2?
I would be OK with submitting/maintaining, with the understanding that I
really don't know anything about it and can only do simple maintenance.
Well, I've also taken a look at it.
Actually, results are available at :
I've take inspiration from a qscintilla2 SRPM I've found. Unfortunately, this
one was build only for QT4 ; so I cannot see how to "resolve" the library name
At this point, things seems going well, except for designer-qt3 which says
'nothing to do' at %install...
This is a draft, any comments are welcome.
Well, thanks for all the help, we now have qscintilla(2)/qt4 in rawhide,
replacing qscintilla v1.
Unfortunately, upstream still hasn't addressed the parallem-installability issues.