drkonqi and backtrace analysis

Thiago Macieira thiago at kde.org
Tue Aug 5 08:03:49 BST 2008

Matt Rogers wrote:
>On Aug 4, 2008, at 7:50 AM, John Tapsell wrote:
>> 2008/8/4 Lubos Lunak <l.lunak at suse.cz>:
>>> On Monday 04 of August 2008, John Tapsell wrote:
>>>> Where in svn is the 'default' installdebuginfo script?  I would like
>>>> to get the default to cover the main distros.
>>> Default? There is no default, just like there is no default way of
>>> installing
>>> packages.
>> Ah, well then we should have one.  It can be a script that looks to
>> see what distro it is on, and call the appropriate command for that
>> distro.  Just check for /etc/debian_version or /etc/redhat_version
>> etc.  It's fairly reliable, and distros can always override it anyway.
>> The advantage is that it would work out of svn for most distros.
>Why should we provide a default for a hook that we're providing to the
>distributions? If we do that, then that basically says "we'll maintain
>this for you" to the distributions when that's not our responsibility.
>If you're concerned about running svn but not getting this feature,
>then you could just symlink your distro's installed installdebuginfo
>script into your svn install directory path where it needs to go, or
>write your own and keep it in a safe place.

If you're building from SVN, you don't have separate debuginfo packages 
for KDE libraries and applications. In fact, you don't have packages at 

This restricts the use of installdebuginfo to installing the packages for 
the libraries that we use, but which aren't ours.

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