makefile -f Makefile.cvs aborts with compile_kpilot does not appear in AM_CONDITIONAL

Mickael Marchand marchand at
Sun Jan 18 15:31:34 GMT 2004

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Le Sunday 18 January 2004 16:15, Reinhold Kainhofer a écrit :
> Mickael Marchand wrote:
> >> Ah, wait a second. These changes to kpilot have been done in
> >> osnabrueck_branch. I suspect you are using CVS HEAD, where kontact has
> >> already been merged in, but kpilot hasn't. The merge will be completed
> >> in the next few days, so for now, just edit the manually.
> >
> > that fully breaks the commit policy of kdepim IMHO. (revert ? :)
> > (the one which says it has to compile)
> >
> > welcome in the new kdepim world.
> No it doesn't break the commit policy. Until KDE_3_2_BRANCH was created,
> all development (at the KDE-Pim Osnabrueck meeting and afterward) took
> place in the osnabrueck_branch to allow new features to be implemented,
> which now needs to be merged back into HEAD. This can't be done in one
> whole swap, but will be done app-by-app. Kontact has already been merged,
> the KPilot merge is under way by Adriaan...
> Reinhold

I don't remind seeing this in the policy ;) ("breaking while merging during 
days is allowed")

just another policy which applies to everyone except the people who wrote it

I just wanted to show how stupid this kind of rules are useless (except to 
slow down development and losing time).

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