I just cannot toot the horn enough about the stability, progression and utility of Sigil, a single focused html to epub crafter.
Although it will be probably be a bridge too far in the next six months - I hope that the CrunchBang fold will follow the progress of QT5 andI I dream of some day in the future when in the opening script will offer the option of installing QT5. And if it does, then also the option of an apt-get install of a Sigil >= to the 0.7 branch.
My plans are to do a complete reinstall after the final Wheezy stable CB comes out and then quite soon update /etc/apt/sources.list to testing on my EEEbox (1GB mem, amd chip) and go with QT5 and track Sigil. I will occasionally post about my experiences.
more info day later from Debian Planet
QT4.8 coming out with options for adding qtchooser to choose between QT4 and QT5
Last edited by paxmark1 (2013-04-02 22:11:55)
Jean Vanier wrote "Being Human" and "A Short History of Progress" by Ronald Wright. Gotta love the Massey Lectures.
Ability to install Sigil without having to compile QT5 from source would be great indeed. I'm on my way to building QT5, I wonder if there will be any clashes with the current QT4 installation...
Any suggestions are appreciated.
Every solution is an intermediate solution.