SUBMISSION: New Library for kdesupport: indexlib

Richard Dale Richard_Dale at
Sat Jun 11 12:32:33 BST 2005

On Saturday 11 June 2005 13:58, Michael Nottebrock wrote:
> On Saturday, 11. June 2005 09:08, Richard Dale wrote:
> > > But you'll notice that the default settings for kdesvn-build splits up
> > > the kdebindings build to pretty much just build kjsembed and korundum.
> >
> > Yes, so no excuse for saying one bit can't be compiled and just giving up
> > on the whole module.
> Well, we (the freebsd people) used to (before our build-cluster committed
> suicide) tinderbox pretty much all of the active kde modules with
> everything enabled that could be enabled in order to catch portability
> issues early-on.
> We quickly discovered that tinderboxing kdebindings would create about the
> same work for us as the complete rest of KDE, not to mention it would
> require us to build an incredible amount of dependencies to just get there,
> so we didn't bother (most of the KDE language bindings aren't very popular
> anyway, at least in FreeBSD).
Ok fair enough. The most popular binding is probably python, and maybe that is 
the hardest to build.

> That said, we might give it another go someday, when we have something to
> tinderbox stuff on again.
Yes, please do - and report any problems you have.

-- Richard

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