Re: KDE & apt
> > how are the dependencies incorrect? They depended on kdelibs3-nossl. I
> > meant them to depend on kdelibs3-nossl and NOT kdelibs3. This was
> > by design. I did not want people installing the non-US version with these
> > .debs...
> Why not? I was looking at switching to konquerer as my main browser, but
> not if it doesn't contain SSL support...
I forced dependencies on the US version for multiple reasons:
1: to make sure there were no dual libarary problems
2: to make sure everyone was at the same level
3: to prepare to get rid of the non-US version of kdelibs
kdelibs-nossl is going away along with the non-US kdelibs. They are
being replaced with a kdelibs that will go into main and a kdelibs-crypto
that will go in non-US. The -crypto will only contain the modules necessary
for SSL support and nothing more.
I'm not taking SSL away from anyone. I'm just trying to migrate over to a
new format while verifying that bug reports are due to actual bugs in the
code and not becuase there are 2 seperate packages.
Keep using Netscape or whatever your using until I'm done and until
KDE 2.0 is officially released..until then expect that I'll be messing
with things until it works best.
Ivan E. Moore II
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