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README.Debian

wxwidgets for Debian
----------------------

The following packages are built from the wxWidgets CVS source.

libwxbase		wxBase runtime shared libraries
libwxbase-dev		extra files and static libs for building wxBase apps
libwxbase-dbg		wxBase libraries built with -g and __WXDEBUG__

libwxgtk		wxGTK runtime shared libraries, including selected
			contrib libs.
libwxgtk-dev		extra files required for building wxGTK apps
libwxgtk-dbg		wxGTK libraries built with -g and __WXDEBUG__

python-wxgtk		Python binding to wxGTK  (from 2.2.3 onward, this
			obsoletes the libwxgtk-python-contrib package as
			all python modules are built into a single monolith)
python-wxversion	The wxversion.py version selector, new to wxPython2.6
python-wxtools		The ancillary tools from the wxPython distribution.

wx-common		common helper files and support applications.
wx-headers		common header files for building wxWidgets apps
wx-doc			HTML version of the wxWidgets manual
wx-examples		wxWidgets and wxPython demos and samples (source)
wx-i18n			message catalogs for native language support


	Note that static libraries are no longer supplied in these
	packages.  Please read, or have understood:
	http://people.redhat.com/drepper/no_static_linking.html
	among others before reporting this as a bug.

	The following binaries can be built from the source package
	with the mingw32 cross compiler, but are not distributed
	as a part of the main Debian distribution.

	Please do *not* file bug reports for these packages to the
	Debian bts.  But do feel free to email me personally if you
	find problems and/or have patches to fix them.

libwxmsw-dev		mingw32-cross wxMSW libs.
libwxmsw-dbg		mingw32-cross wxMSW (debug) libs.
wx-headers-msw		extra headers needed for wxMSW.

	You can build these extra packages using the binary-cross target
	in debian/rules.


	It is also possible to build a python-wxgtk-dbg package.
	There are some limitations (like this package cannot be installed
	concurrently with the release version), but some developers may
	find such a thing useful in any case.  It will transparently
	replace the release package for installed apps that depend on the
	release package, but should NEVER be used when preparing packages
	for upload.  This package may be created from the source using the
	binary-dbg-py target in debian/rules.  (note that doing this will
	also destroy any release build that exists in the same tree, they
	cannot coexist there either yet)


	Finally, because all of these packages can take quite some time to
	build, the source package supports the use of distcc.  The package
	builds will automatically parallelise to suit the number of hosts
	you have listed in DISTCC_HOSTS.  This will work for both native
	and cross builds of the c++ libraries, if you have the relevant
	compilers on all your build hosts.
	You may override that heuristic by setting the CONCURRENCY_LEVEL
	environment variable to the number of jobs you wish make to fork.
	That variable is also supported by the kernel-package scripts and
	is respected for consistency here.

	wxPython builds cannot be parallelised at this stage and will run
	serially regardless of your configuration.


 -- Ron Lee <ron@debian.org>, Sun, 13 Feb 2000 18:40:00 +1030

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