On Thursday 06 May 2010 02:13:06 Diederik de Haas wrote: > I don't get what you're trying to accomplish. > > On 2010-05-05 Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. wrote: > > In 4.4, kmail depends on mysql-server in order to send mail. (kmail -> > > Akonadi -> mysql-server). > > So you don't like the dependency to Akonadi? No. I believe in Akonadi as a technology and I don't have a problem with it. > Or don't you like the Akonadi dependency to mysql-server? Well, it's not > the full mysqld package anymore, but the dependency is to > mysql-server-core(-5.1) (see #548419). That's still yet another RDBMS. I already have plenty installed, thanks. > PostgreSQL is apparently > capable of providing the proper features and Tobias Koenig has made > Akonadi working with PostgreSQL since the end of last year > (http://tokoe-kde.blogspot.com/2009/12/akonadi- and-postgresql.html). That > patch was committed to trunk at that time, but apparently didn't make into > SC 4.4 (?). > So if you want to use PostgreSQL, your best bet would be to port/base that > patch on 4.4. Again, would Debian accept such a patch? Upstream intends that patch for KDE SC 4.5, and I don't believe they will apply it to the KDE SC 4.4.x line. I know the majority of the work has already been done. I can probably backport those patches to KDE SC 4.4 before the freeze date, but I don't want to start the work if there's no chance for it to get into Debian. -- Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. ,= ,-_-. =. email@example.com ((_/)o o(\_)) ICQ: 514984 YM/AIM: DaTwinkDaddy `-'(. .)`-' http://iguanasuicide.net/ \_/
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