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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?

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David Pashley
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