1.3.x is available for Debian, was Re: [Scribus] Newbie: Howto autosize text frames and other (I am sure)
Tue Oct 11 19:48:07 CEST 2005
* David Goodenough <david.goodenough at btconnect.com> [2005-10-11 16:56:41 +0100]:
> Now I remember what the problem was. When I installed Qt I did not
> install the -dev bits. Since I installed Qt it has been upgraded, and so I
> can not get back to the -dev bits that match the Qt bits I have installed.
> So I can not build it from source.
Have you tried installing the testing binary packages? Since you have not
transitioned libqt3 you "should" be able to use those. I've just run this
scenario in my unstable chroot and it went fine.
> I am not quite sure what is causing me the problems with the upgrade,
> but at least one of the pacakges is kdebindings-java which has not completed
> the transition and is one I use. Unfortunately building the previous release
> will not work as being a binding it is rather tied to the KDE installed.
> To be honest the only real reason to move to the -cvs version is to make
> sure that the features I am asking about have not already been done.
You don't have to move to scribus-cvs altogether, of course. Install it to
check for the features and also update the "scribus" package from the upstream
repositories to get the bug fixes that you are missing since I haven't been
able to update that package in Debian proper for quite a while due to the C++
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