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

Unai Garro Unai.Garro at
Sun Jan 18 16:53:29 GMT 2004

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> How about using a little common sense at least?
> For about three weeks all development in kdepim took part in a separate
> branch. All new features were added there. Now all kdepim developers need
> to merge their commits from osnabrueck_branch to HEAD.

Excuse me,but I can't say you're really right, or other pim devels don't think 
the same way. 

I went to #kontact to complain about some build bugs in HEAD, and I asked why 
nobody tested if HEAD built, being HEAD that was to be released, not 
osnabrueck. HEAD was really broken when I cvs up'ed.

Somebody replied that a few devels did actually test HEAD instead of 
osnabrueck. And everybody seemed to agree that osnabrueck wasn't going to be 

AFAICT, osnabrueck_branch breaks the freeze rules adding new features (like 
spamassassin stuff). 

I'm not sure what was merged back to HEAD, but new features shouldn't be. And 
if not, the rest has_not_been_really_tested in HEAD. Only in the other branch 
with new features, and who knows who persons testing.

Just my 2 cents

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