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[bug#28401] [PATCH 0/2] gnu: Add monero.

From: Efraim Flashner
Subject: [bug#28401] [PATCH 0/2] gnu: Add monero.
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2017 13:51:48 +0000
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On September 11, 2017 2:36:35 PM GMT+03:00, address@hidden wrote:
>Theodoros Foradis <address@hidden> skribis:
>>> BTW, all tests pass (on x86_64), but the second test of “monero”
>>> ages:
>> Maybe we should like to disable that specific test?
>It does pass on time on x86_64, and supposedly it’s useful, so I would
>not disable it.
>However, we should keep an eye on it and check whether it takes too
>longer on ARM, for instance, and perhaps adjust ‘max-silent-time’

I have a particularly slow machine that can probably aproximate a 'long enough' 
time. I'll test it out on aarch64 once I apply Leo's patch for libunwind; the 
current version is actually unsupported on aarch64.

>>>> As far as monero-core is concerned (the gui), I did not manage to
>get it
>>>> to build with the modular qt. Should this be added in the source as
>>>> TODO item?
>>> Could you be more specific at what you tried and failed to achieve?
>>> Perhaps Efraim (Cc’d) or someone else can provide guidance.
>> The README file lists the following packages for other GNU/Linux
>> distros:
>> qtbase5-dev qt5-default qtdeclarative5-dev
>> qml-module-qtquick-xmllistmodel qttools5-dev-tools
>> qml-module-qtquick-dialogs
>> I tried using our:
>> qtbase
>> qtdeclarative
>> qtquickcontrol
>> qttools
>> qtgraphicaleffects,
>> with which the package won't build.
>How does it fail?
>> But I can't find the equivalent for the qml-module-... packages,
>> for the qtquickcontrol one. Maybe I'm missing something?
>Dunno, you’re the expert!  :-)

I sometimes have to search through to see which module provides which qt piece

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