On Tuesday 17 August 2010 01:04:55 Steffen Möller wrote:
> Would it be reasonable to possibly perform this second build as an
> extension of your regular qt4-x11 package (which would then somehow have a
> wrong name, but who cares) with the --embedded flag set. What comes to
I have thought of this more than once, but it has mostly stalled for various
reasons (beside the time involved in doing it)
1) qt4-x11 source package is already a buildd killer (both in time and space
usage, 3-4 days of build time, more than 4G of space)
2) for most real usages of Qt/linuxfb, you would want a specific feature set
that you actually need, and then need to recompile anyways
and the most important one
3) qt/linuxfb is not binary compatible with qt/x11, so for all relevant
libraries and applications, we would also need to do two build passes, one for
the linux stuff and one for x11, making it not really that interesting.
The api is the same, so you can still, in 99.5 or so of the cases do the
development against qt/x11 and just deploy it against qt/Linuxfb
Man, do you know how to insert a CPU?
>From the folder inside Windows you should never close the case in order to
click on the site of a computer.