Yo, and Ian's Roadmap

Max Howell max.howell at methylblue.com
Wed Sep 13 18:07:00 UTC 2006

> Anyways, if I have to be rebuilding half of KDE every day to keep up  
> with KDE4 development I may turn it into a dual-boot box anyways as  
> it's quite slow to rebuild all of kde on my laptop, but otherwise  
> it'll be a fast Windows box, so I can work on the Windows side of  
> things as well as other more normal Linux programming...

May I suggest we build against the KDE 4 snapshot tarballs?

Sure this may be a bit more work, but it'll be a lot less compiling, 
compiling that some of us cannot do everyday. And it also means we won't 
have situations where 2 developers have different compile bugs due to 
different revisions of kdelibs.

Or possibly someone could make our own snapshots and then we could 
update once every few weeks?


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