[kde-freebsd] why named dbus-qt4 ?
chuckr at telenix.org
Mon Mar 16 20:21:29 CET 2009
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I just spent a long while trying to hunt down the qt4-dbus port, only to find
that the archive directory is, for some reason, named dbus-qt4. If you build
it, it sanely announces it's building qt4-dbus, but try to find this evil beast,
and you'll be pulling hair.
Is there some good reason that dbus-qt4 is named like this, and not as qt4-dbus,
like all of it's sibling ports (and indeed, as it's portname?) This only causes
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