I don’t use Debian CDs much these days as I use network installations and USB drives. Most PCs will boot from a USB device. Still, when Mark Shuttleworth stated that Ubuntu was looking to include some Qt-using applications on it’s single CD, the question arose, “Where does Qt come in Debian’s CDs?”.
Google helped. I found that .jigdo files for the CD images contained package lists.
Using a terminal window in Debian, I typed these commands into a file, CDlister, with the bash interpreter (not dash):
mkdir CDlists;cd CDlists
for ((f=54;f=f-1;));do wget http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/squeeze_di_rc1/i386/jigdo-cd/debian-sq-di-rc1-i386-CD-$f.jigdo;gunzip -S .jigdo debian-sq-di-rc1-i386-CD-$f.jigdo;done
Making it executable (chmod u+x CDlister) and running it (./CDlister) followed by grep qt CDlists/* shows Qt does not appear in Debian Squeeze until CD4.