On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 22:20:20 +0100, Gérard Milmeister wrote: > > I've sent two of the three attached patches upstream. > > > > The first one opens a Qt warning dialog when Qt Assistant can't be > > launched or encounters other errors. The second one removes references to > > two missing images in the English manual. > > > > The third is a diff against current spec file. > > The problem here is that the warning dialog doesn't give the user a hint > that he has to install qt-devel. Well, I consider feedback much better than no feedback at all. And I wanted to propose something which can be merged upstream. At least the warning dialog says that /usr/bin/assistant ... could not be started. But the attached revised patch adds the message "If Qt Assistant is missing, you need to install the qt-devel package." It only adds this, if Qt Assistant could not be started. That can be due to several reasons, though, such as help files not found.
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