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[openFATE 312880] change QCAD to LibreCAD
Feature changed by: Jared Meidal (kahu)
Feature #312880, revision 14
Title: change QCAD to LibreCAD

openSUSE 12.1: New
Requester: Desirable

openSUSE Distribution: New
Requester: Desirable

Package Wishlist: New
Requester: Desirable

Requested by: Jose Soriano (rallaz)
Developer: Jan Engelhardt (jengelh)
Partner organization:

Remove the very old unmantained QCAD (it requires QT3!!!) and add
LibreCAD a mantained port to QT4

#1: Jan Engelhardt (jengelh) (2011-10-19 23:35:11)
Now in /graphics.

#2: Jedi Beeftrix (jedibeeftrix) (2011-10-20 10:46:46)
haha, i love how quickly can move on this stuff. :)

#3: Kirill Kirillov (kkirill) (2011-10-20 18:37:49)
IMHO, Education repository is a better place, because it already has
such CAD programs as QCad, CADEMIA, HeeksCAD...

#4: Jan Engelhardt (jengelh) (2011-10-20 19:27:35) (reply to #3)
Education is about the worst place to put it, because there is so much
software that, in one way or another, can be useful in and for one's
education. In other words, "Education" is too coarse a label. And there
is far too much software that clearly /is not/ education-related in the
Education project.

#5: Jose Soriano (rallaz) (2011-10-21 21:16:31)
I installed the package from graphics and is packaged only the binary
but the font and pattern files are needed and not present. One desktop
file would be nice.
you can get a librecad.desktop (and more info about fonts & patterns)

#6: Jan Engelhardt (jengelh) (2011-10-21 21:45:52) (reply to #5)
Part of the problem is also that there is no `make install` provided in
librecad. gnaaaa...

#7: Jose Soriano (rallaz) (2011-10-23 10:16:15) (reply to #6)
At the end of make process is executed "scripts/",
this shell script is responsible to realize the installation but in the
build tree. patching the line 4 RESOURCEDIR="`pwd`/unix/resources"
the install is realized in the build process

+ #8: Jared Meidal (kahu) (2012-01-10 19:03:36)
+ LibreCAD 1.0 is now released.
+ and the rpm packages on the website seem to work great!

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