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Offline melmarker

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The new Qt 5.11.2 packages trickle in - alongside an abi-break - so keep calm and patient for the next few days

FÜSSE STILLHALTEN 8)

BTW: That would be the result of a dist-upgrade on my system right now:
https://pb.5id.eu/bTj1
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Re: Ongoing Qt 5.11.2 transition - keep calm and patient
« Reply #1 on: 2018/10/17, 08:21:53 »
Right, it looks similar to me.


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Re: Ongoing Qt 5.11.2 transition - keep calm and patient
« Reply #2 on: 2018/10/17, 14:40:58 »
How nice that "miracle app" apt keep things on order and tell us when to be patience ;)

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Re: Ongoing Qt 5.11.2 transition - keep calm and patient
« Reply #3 on: 2018/10/18, 04:08:36 »
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How nice that "miracle app" apt keep things on order and tell us when to be patience
apt is why I use debian...

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Re: Ongoing Qt 5.11.2 transition - keep calm and patient
« Reply #4 on: 2018/10/18, 10:49:00 »
Thanks, were wondering about it since apt were hesitant.  ;)

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Re: Ongoing Qt 5.11.2 transition - keep calm and patient
« Reply #5 on: 2018/10/18, 23:15:28 »
I lost my patience did a d-u without problems, no packages removed so I still have my Patience running XFCE  ;)

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Re: Ongoing Qt 5.11.2 transition - keep calm and patient
« Reply #6 on: 2018/10/19, 00:01:51 »
Just now updated one KDE system and one LXQt system, and both upgrades completed with zero removals.
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Re: Ongoing Qt 5.11.2 transition - keep calm and patient
« Reply #7 on: 2018/10/19, 05:24:16 »
I confirm, both my KDE and LXQt installs both updated with no removals.
Does anyone know if the 2 Audacious holds can be removed? They're buggin' me man ... Heh.
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Re: Ongoing Qt 5.11.2 transition - keep calm and patient
« Reply #8 on: 2018/10/19, 06:39:10 »
Not quite ready for me yet.  Apparently freecad has some python qt libraries that haven't been updated, but that's the only package everything else looks good to go.

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The following packages will be REMOVED:
  freecad freecad-python2 libfreecad-python2-0.17 libpyside2-5.11 python-pyside2.qtcore python-pyside2.qtgui
  python-pyside2.qtsvg python-pyside2.qtwidgets

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Re: Ongoing Qt 5.11.2 transition - keep calm and patient
« Reply #9 on: 2018/10/19, 06:43:41 »
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Does anyone know if the 2 Audacious holds can be removed? They're buggin' me man ... Heh.
I don't know what problem you're having with audacious but this is the status on my system:
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$ apt-cache policy audacious
audacious:
  Installed: 3.9-2
  Candidate: 3.9-2

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Re: Ongoing Qt 5.11.2 transition - keep calm and patient
« Reply #10 on: 2018/10/19, 07:11:18 »
Thanks vayu
They have been on hold for months. I don't use audacious, so, I never bothered to check up on them. Will take them off hold tomorrow.
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Re: Ongoing Qt 5.11.2 transition - keep calm and patient
« Reply #11 on: 2018/10/20, 09:46:59 »
Hier bei mir wird jetzt auch nur noch einiges um freecad und kdeedu rum bei einem d-u rausgeworfen:


Die folgenden Pakete werden ENTFERNT:
  freecad freecad-python2 kalgebra kalgebra-common kdeedu libfreecad-python2-0.17 libpyside2-5.11 python-pyside2.qtcore python-pyside2.qtgui python-pyside2.qtsvg
  python-pyside2.qtwidgets qml-module-org-kde-analitza



Die Frage ist nun, ob man das einfach machen sollte und dann die entfernten Pakete versucht neu zu installieren oder ob die Python-Module, die noch fehlen, dem einen Strich durch die Rechnung machen? Ist jemand mit kdeedu und/oder freecad da draussen der hier schon Erfahrung hat?


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