Re: soprano and raptor2
the long term goal is to port Soprano to raptor2. However, I simply
don't have the time right now.
I am running Gentoo here, both raptor 1 and 2 are installed and Soprano
builds perfectly. To be honest all complaints I got about Soprano and
raptor2 were from Debian/Ubuntu people. It seems that no other distro
has that problem.
So there is a solution to install them both in parallel, couldÄt you
just do that for now?
On 03/16/2011 01:23 AM, Sune Vuorela wrote:
> Hi Dave, Hi Sebastian, cc: email@example.com
> I'm one of the debian maintainers of the soprano RDF framework, a framework
> written by Sebastian, building heavily on top of the redland, raptor and
> rasqal libraries by Dave.
> Recently in Debian, raptor2 has been uploaded, and both redland and rasqal has
> been switched to raptor2, rather than raptor1, making soprano failing to build
> all its parts (and in turn making kde4libs fail to build, also breaking KDE
> As one of the Debian Qt/KDE people, I feel a little caught in the middle of
> things, and I'm hoping for a way forward.
> I guess the possible ways ahead are
> 1) in debian, provide a redland and rasqal built against raptor1
> 2) get soprano to work with raptor2
> Or maybe 1) as a short term solution, with 2) being the longer term solution.
> I'm hoping for any help or advice, since I'm currently kind of stuck in the
> middle of things with unbuilding sources.
> Thanks in advance