Re: Woody debs of the KDE_3_1_BRANCH available -kdepim and noatun
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On Montag, 30. Dezember 2002 03:02, Robert wrote:
> On Saturday 28 December 2002 07:14, Ralf Nolden wrote:
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> > Hi,
> > I've build a set of woody debs (that's moving to the release) from
> > the KDE_3_1_BRANCH which will be merged into RC6 I think. Included in
> > this build are backports of directfb, xine-lib and xine-ui from
> > unstable; all version numbers in the revision lower so you can update
> > to sid if you like. Packages file is included, so a deb line like:
> > deb http://ktown.kde.org/~nolden/kde-3.1-branch/woody ./
> > should work for you.
> > The checkout is from yesterday (Dec 27). If you like me to add
> > third-party KDE debs, speak up :-)
> > Ralf
> Thanks much for these packages. I had been wondering if it would be
> possible to backport 3.1 to Woody and am wondering no longer. :)
> Everything so far seems great (in the little time I've had to test)
> 1. kaddressbook seems to be orphaned - shouldn't it be part of the
> depends for kdepim?
I'll check that later. Right now I feel very much that the whole thing sucked
due to the imlib problems :-/ so this time I'll use teambuilder to package
the stuff once and for all :-)
> 2. noatun was crashing, and this was not solved by the usual generic
> fixes of cleaning out /tmp , ~/.DCOP* and ~/.mcop etc. A recompile
> using a 021229 snaphot tar.gz package has solved that for me.
> (though it was a bit of a hack to get debuild to work)
Can't say much about that yet.
> Will you be providing some source packages too at some point ?
Yes, but I'm lucky enough to upload the binaries over DSL. I guess the best is
to only upload sources for the release, otherwise I'll never get the binaries
uploaded at all - DSL is really a pain when it comes to uploading :-/
> As a side note, I compiled it --with-lame which I realize can not be
> done with official packages, so I have mp3 dirs with audiocd:// :)
I use to do that with my packages, too :-) but as you say, can't be done with
> Thanks again for your great work!
> all the best,
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