Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Rex Dieter wrote:
>> (I know this would be handled automatically if the Qt_5_PRIVATE_API
>> symbol was versioned, but that's an option we'd rather avoid if
>> reasonably possible)
> IMHO, the right approach is to do just that. There is already a patch that
> does this:
> It just needs to be applied in Fedora.
> Binary compatibility with upstream is irrelevant here because we are
> talking about private APIs only. Any third-party package that notices this
> at all is using private APIs and so can already break at any time. Any
> binaries not using private APIs will see any difference at all.
OK, that's the approach we're going with for now. We'll see how well it
works out in practice and testing.
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