Hello, On šeštadienis 01 Gegužė 2010 13:21:24 Regis Boudin wrote: > Tellico is a collection manager. It is linked to libkcal/libkabc because > it is possible to mark an item as lent to someone, who can be picked > from the KDE address book, and to add to the calendar the date at which > they should be returned. So it does access KDE address book and calendar. And now comes the news: you like or not, as of KDE SC 4.4, akonadi MUST be installed and running in order for the user to be able to access KDE address book or calendar. > So definitely not a core feature, and tellico > has been working with KDE 4 and without akonadi for some time now. As I said before, KDE 4 is changing and akonadi gets more and more integrated with each new major release. KDE SC 4.4 is the point, when you like it or not, akonadi is mandatory to access KDE address book and calendar at runtime from any application. So kdepim-runtime is a valid runtime dependency. So your problem is really about Tellico packaging. I can only suggest two ways to solve it: 1) Split off KDE integration into separate binary package (recommended); 2) Pass -xkdepim-runtime to dpkg-shlibdeps and put kdepim-runtime to Recommends/Suggests manually. And finally, please reassign this bug to yourself :) I don't see how we can help you here. -- Modestas Vainius <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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