[Kde-bindings] QtRuby4 gem successfully built for Windows

Melton, Ryan rmelton at ball.com
Mon Feb 8 17:53:09 UTC 2010

I can regenerate the gem to have whatever version number people would like.   


If you really want to stick to the kdebindings versioning, then we can do where 2.1.0 is the kdebindings version, 0 is the release number that will go up with each release before the next "official" kdebindings release for whatever reason (bug fixes, new Qt included, etc). and 1084277 would indicate the subversion repository revision.


How does that sound?


Please note that because QT is bundled into the Windows gem, whenever a new Qt release happens, a new windows gem is needed, regardless of whether there has been a kdebindings release.





From: Jan Pilz [mailto:pilz at osp-dd.de] 
Sent: Sunday, February 07, 2010 11:27 PM
To: Richard Dale
Cc: KDE bindings for other programming languages
Subject: Re: [Kde-bindings] QtRuby4 gem successfully built for Windows


Hi Richard,

thank you, very interesting. I think we should wait until you do a new release on rubyforge and then make a windows gem out of this. Maybe you can tell Ryan (i do not have his email address) that he sends me the gem and i will temporary add it to the rubyforge project with his version number, but i think when you do a 2.10 release windows gem should also correspond with this version number.

best regards,

Richard Dale schrieb: 

On Thursday 04 February 2010 06:00:45 pm Melton, Ryan wrote:

	I finally succeeded in creating an updated qtruby4 gem for Windows bundled
	 with QT 4.6.1.
	Two Questions:
	1. What is the best way for me to get the gem file to you and to send you
	 the changes to the numerous files?
	2. Can you explain the 2.0.5 version number? For the windows binary gem, I
	 versioned it as where 4.6.1 is the bundled Qt version, 0
	 being the release number, and 1084277 being the subversion revision of
	 kdebindings I used to build the code.
	Also, below are my notes on getting the code to build.

Thanks for doing all this work! I think I should raise the version number of 
the QtRuby release to 2.10 for the KDE SC 4.4 release.  Maybe I should do 
another release of QtRuby on RubyForge.
Jan Pilz has done Windows ruby gems for QtRuby in the past and it might be 
best to coordinate with him to get a gem that you can put on the Korundum 
RubyForge site. If you can do a patch as Ian suggests, perhaps we should get 
the version of QtRuby in the KDE 4.4 branch patched for Windows compatibility 
before we do a standard release.
-- Richard

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