I was wondering if there might be a rough, pie in the sky, timeframe for
There are currently 3 debian packages :
I will add 2 more:
Should I call it 0.1? 3.8? 184.108.40.206?
qtpovray contains the executable and desktop
qtpovray-extras contains the glorious insert menu
Maybe I should call qtpovray-extras just povray-extras?
I want to leverage the existing povray-includes
which requires a release of package povray-includes_220.127.116.11
to pick up /usr/share/povray-3.8/includes .
Also, to get the .ini files especially /etc/povray/3.8/povray.conf
I need package povray_18.104.22.168 and we're not ready for that.
I could release a qmake built package povray_22.214.171.124 with the unix shell
version (and the /etc/povray/3.8 files I need). But that's not my call
(or true focus). One bleh thing about that is the executable is
/usr/bin/povray , so one can't have 3.7 and 3.8 executables installed at
the same time, even though the data is already separated by version.
Rendered 328976 of 330000 (99%)
 Ubuntu 18 has povray_126.96.36.199 , but I'm mostly working on Ubuntu 16
which is povray_188.8.131.52
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