[Releasing] Testing: 08/29/2012 + na [fail]

Sergio Ahumada Navea san at sansano.inf.utfsm.cl
Wed Aug 29 18:22:25 CEST 2012

Hi Stephen,

On 08/29/2012 06:13 PM, Stephen Kelly wrote:
> Report Date:                                      08/29/2012
> Reporters Name:                                   Stephen Kelly
> Package/Build date:                               08/29/2012
> Package name:                                     qt-linux-opensource-5.0.0-beta1-x86_64-ubuntu1204-offline.run andqt-windows-opensource-5.0.0-beta1-x86-offline.exe
> Package type:                                     Installer (Offline)
> Mkspec used:                                      na

> Is correctly signed:                              No

Can you create a bug report for this with the expected result ?

> Displays appropriate gfx & strings & version no.: Yes
> Offers the correct license(s):                    No

So, should we be offered the GPL license as well ?

> Offers sane default install directory:            No

What do you think a "sane default install directory" should look like ?

> Correctly creates Desktop shortcuts:              No

Can you please create a bug report ?

> Sets correct environment variables for shell:     No

Can somebody clarify what should we test here ? QTDIR does not sound 
like something we should check to me. Marius S-O ?

> Comments:
> There is no sha1 information available to verify package signatures.

You mean md5sum's ?

> I don't know what are the 'correct licenses'. I was offered the LGPL 2.1, but no GPL version.
> On Windows:
> - No Desktop shortcut is created.
> - There is no information on what the 'correct' environment variables for the shell are. QTDIR is set to the install prefix.
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> Both source/binary package checks:
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> License is correct:                               No
> Assistant works correctly:                        No

Can you create a bug report or do you mean something like 
https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QTBUG-26677 ?

> Comments:
> Assistant contained no documentation on Windows or linux.
> Was able to build kdelibs frameworks branch with it.
> The CMake files were not present in Windows. https://codereview.qt-project.org/#change,33753 should be the fix, but it doesn't seem to be in the package.
> Is this package releasable?:                      No

Sergio Ahumada Navea
san at sansano.inf.utfsm.cl

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