Dear KMymoney maintainer,
in the a recent upload the Gwenhywfar library added support for Qt 5. As
this is the fourth GUI framework that is supported by the Gwenhywfar
library, I redesigned the Debian binary package layout a bit so that
each supported GUI framework library now has its own -dev package. To
not break existing packages, the old binary package libgwenhywfar60-dev
still exists as a meta package that pulls in all the -dev packages
through its dependencies.
This package split aims at making the life of maintainers easier that
maintain a package that build-depends on the Gwenhywfar library. If you
want to benefit from the new package layout, you need to tweak the
build-dependencies of the kmymoney package. All packages linking against
the Gwenhywfar library will need a build-dependency on
libgwenhywfar-core-dev. Depending on the used GUI framework, another
libgwengui-*-dev package is needed as build-dependency (e.g.
libgwengui-qt4-dev for the Qt 4 framework).
Please consider the attached patch to change the build-dependencies of
the kmymoney package accordingly.
--- debian/control (revision 20477)
+++ debian/control (working copy)
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
Uploaders: Mark Purcell <m...@debian.org>, Fathi Boudra <f...@debian.org>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 9), cmake, pkg-kde-tools (>= 0.9.0),
kdelibs5-dev (>= 4:4.4.4), kdepimlibs5-dev (>= 4:4.4.4), shared-mime-info,
- libaqbanking-dev (>= 5.6.1beta), libgwenhywfar60-dev | libgwenhywfar-dev,
+ libaqbanking-dev (>= 5.6.1beta), libgwenhywfar-core-dev, libgwengui-qt4-dev,
libboost-graph-dev, libgpgme11-dev, libalkimia-dev,
libical-dev, libofx-dev, libgmp-dev,
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