Re: KDE 3 packaging - bug thread
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On Tuesday 11 June 2002 12:01 am, Chris Cheney wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 11, 2002 at 12:28:37AM +0200, Reinhold Kainhofer wrote:
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> > On Tuesday 11 June 2002 00:05, Chris Cheney wrote:
> > > time). I need to know all current outstanding bugs that I still have
> > > not taken care of however, so people won't be screaming when it goes
> > > into sid so can everyone please post outstanding bugs against current
> > > kde 3 packaging as a reply to this message (so it will thread
> > > properly).
> > Hmm, not really a bug, but a wish (and a very annoying thing to me): Is
> > it possible to have libarts and libarts1 coexist? The same for kdelibs3
> > and kdelibs4. Currently, updating to kde 3 will deselect the old ones,
> > and with it important things like all additional apps for kde2 (of
> > course), but also wine!!! So users have to decide whether they want wine
> > or kde 3 :-( And the other thing with these dependencies is that whenever
> > you incidentally select a kde 2 app (e.g. kwintv, koffice etc.) in
> > dselect, all kde3 packages are deselected in the dependencies conflict
> > page, and I have to select them manually again to prevent them from being
> > removed.
> I will look into libarts/libarts1 issue, but I know for certain the
> kdelibs issue is not resolvable, I have looked at it along with Kurt
> Granoth. If I remember correctly, it is almost possible to do but
> leaves the programs that do work limping along, certainly not in state
> most users would want.
> Once KDE 3 goes in though a lot of the KDE 2 apps will be updated. So it
> won't be nearly as big a problem as it is with KDE 3 outside the archive.
Could libarts1 provide libarts? are they compatible. Has anyone found anything
that does not work with libarts1 that did with libarts?
Nihil curo de ista tua stulta superstitione.
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