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Month: October 2020

[trinity-users] Trinity components missing from the OpenSuSE repository

From: J Leslie Turriff via tde-users <ml-migration-agent@...>
Date: Sun, 4 Oct 2020 21:20:36 -0500
	This is not strictly a Trinity question.  I have been trying to follow the
tutorials in TQt Assistant, but I'm being stymied by several issues. I have
almost the complete suite of Trinity components installed (bar a few that I
don't want to run even accidentally).
	The first (and perhaps most important) issue is that, while
trinity-tqt3-debuginfo and trinity-tqt3-debugsource are present and
installed, trinity-tqt3 is not, nor is it present in OpenSuSE's
trinity-x86-64 repository.  I'm not sure what that package provides, but I
suspect that its absence is part of my problems.
	I am able to run tqdesigner, but most of the icons that it ought to provide
to GUIs that are created are missing (e.g. fileopen, filesave, editcut,
editcopy, ...); perhaps these would have been provided by trinity-qt3?
	I'm also a bit bemused that tqdesigner is installed in /usr/bin,
not /opt/trinity/bin; at first I was afraid that it had come from kde4 or 5.
	There is also kdevdesigner, which is a component of tdevelop.  It loops if
started without a filepath argument, and crashes when I try to open any file.
(Actually, all of the components of that package seem to behave this way.)
	Which is the preferred toolset to be used for development, tdevelopment or
the tqt3-* components?
	In any case, I'm assuming that I'm not going to get any farther without
trinity-tqt3 installed.  Is there a way for me to get it direct from the
Trinity git environment?

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