On 08.08.2022 08:32, Jan Rękorajski wrote: > On Fri, 22 Jul 2022, Jan Palus wrote: > > > On 22.07.2022 11:03, Jan Rękorajski wrote: > > > Can someone explain why are we using split sources/packages for Qt? > > > > > > I want to add Qt6 and building from the monolythic source is soooo much > > > easier. No need for bootstrap, no intertwined build dependencies, just > > > configure -> build -> build docs -> install. > > > > > > And unless there is a _very_ good reason to use split sources I'm just > > > going > > > to add a single qt6 package that builds everything (we can still > > > subpackage > > > bineries as we want them). > > > > As long as each component is bcondized and there are no "to the exact > > release" dependencies then I guess it's fine. Doing qtwebengine (and all > > the other components) rebuild each time qtbase needs a small packaging > > adjustment would be tough on arm, though I'd understand if nobody cared > > about my use case. > > FYI build time on builders is 1.5 hour without qtwebengine and 7 hours > with qtwebengine. > > I don't know how it looks on arm, but IMHO no-webengine bcond should be > enough?
Multiply it by ~4 and it's roughly result for arm. The first part I mean, qtwebengine is so heavy that I build it in AWS. Anyway no worries, if needed I can add more bconds myself. And thanks a lot for working on qt6! _______________________________________________ pld-devel-en mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.pld-linux.org/mailman/listinfo/pld-devel-en