On Fri, Mar 18, 2016 at 03:26:53PM -0400, Michael Hall wrote:
> I know that appmenu-qt technically depends on qt4 being installed, but
> if it will only be used by a qt4 app, and such an app would itself
> depend on the qt4 packages, would there be any harm in making appmenu-qt
> just *not* depend on qt4 packages itself?
This will do the trick. But then we'll need to add this hack to both
appmenu-qt and libdbusmenu-qt…
Thinking more about it: sni-qt is quite critical because Unity has no fallback
X11 tray, and thus apps that use QSystemTrayIcons will function improperly when
sni-qt is not installed.
But appmenu-qt is less critical, without it apps will just have in-window menu
which is a slighly degraded experience, but will still work. So maybe we a
Suggests for it will be enough (we can keep that Suggests on indicator-appmenu
or move to libqtgui4, doesn't much matter).