[Qt-creator] Some thoughts about 2.5

Konstantin Tokarev annulen at yandex.ru
Tue May 29 12:58:47 CEST 2012

29.05.2012, 14:54, "eike.ziller at nokia.com" <eike.ziller at nokia.com>:
>> But using a binary installer, that ships all but one requirements?
> Well, we also don't ship a compiler tool chain, nor 'make', nor 'qmake' or cmake or any other actual build tool, that you need to actually create something from your code. Also not quite a few other dependencies that one needs to run Qt Creator itself, actually we only ship the necessary Qt libraries...
> Your best shot if you really want dependency checking for installing a package would probably be to try to install the Qt Creator 2.5.0 debian package from debian unstable... :D

It's not a good idea - newer Qt, KDE, etc. might be pulled in with it.
It's better to try backports first.

However, completely self-contained installer of Qt SDK + gcc + make makes sense too.


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