Am 16.09.20 um 16:41 schrieb Ben Greiner:
Because I run into "Trace/breakpoint trap" crashes with Python packages
using PyQt5 a lot lately, I asked a question at  and found out that
the culprit is a missing default font for the bundled chromium in
What is the best way to require a default font and into which package
should the requirement declaration go? Obvious choices would be
libqt5-webengine or python-pytest-qt. For the latter it wouldn't matter
much which font to choose, but installing a default with
libqt5-webengine or fontconfig has an effect on a lot of systems. Which
font package would be the right one? Or is there a meta package?
Since there was no reply yet, I decided to require free-ttf-fonts in
pytest-qt . We should be able to observe the change from "failed" to
"succeeded" for python-spyder-notebook  as soon as
python3-pytest-qt-3.3.0-2 is in the Tumbleweed image.
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