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strueg at mandriva.com
Fri Nov 3 07:57:41 GMT 2006
For now you can use -DCMAKE_CXX_FLAGS="-L... -I...".
On Tuesday 31 October 2006 14:41, Robert Knight wrote:
> Hello Sebastian,
> I have checked out and built the code that is in SVN so far, although
> when building service-impl, tests and service-browser the linker
> complained that it could not find the knepclient library.
> I had to manually patch the CMakeLists.txt files to include the
> absolute path of the knepclient library. Is there anything I need to
> pass to cmake when building the code to make it automatically look in
> the right directory?
> On 30/10/06, Sebastian Trüg <strueg at mandriva.com> wrote:
> > Hi everybody,
> > I would like to (once again) officially announce the Nepomuk-KDE project
> >  which aims to provide a full implementation of the standards and APIs
> > defined in Nepomuk on the KDE Desktop.
> > As a sub-project of Nepomuk the two main issues are the maintenance and
> > intensive usage of metadata throughout the desktop and powerful
> > peer-to-peer collaboration techiques. In the first phase of the
> > NEPOMUK-KDE project the focus lies on the metadata part. There are
> > basicly three kinds of metadata to be found on the desktop:
> > * Metadata that can be found in files stored on the local harddisk like
> > tag information in audio files, timestamps, or simple indexed text. This
> > metadata can be extracted and indexed at any time and is exactly the type
> > of information current desktop search projects as Beagle or Strigi are
> > based on.
> > * Metadata created manually by the user. In the most simple case this can
> > be a comment to a file or an email. But it could also mean the grouping
> > of several resources under one topic and so on.
> > * The most interesting type of metadata is, however, the kind that cannot
> > be extracted easily by an indexer and is not generated by the user
> > manually. This includes for example the url of a file that is downloaded
> > from the internet. Once saved on the local harddisk this information is
> > lost. The same goes for the (rather popular) example of email
> > attachments: Once an email attachment is saved to the local harddisk its
> > connection to the email and with it the connection to the sender is lost.
> > These are just two examples relating to the source of files. There are
> > many more.
> > The goal of the NEPOMUK-KDE project is to create facilities to allow each
> > KDE application to take advantage of this metadata. That means that a KDE
> > application can easily create new metadata, search metadata, search
> > relations between resources based on metadata, and so on.
> > Please have a look at the Nepomuk-KDE Wiki  and consider subscribing
> > to the mailing list or join us on IRC (#nepomuk-kde).
> > Have a nice day,
> > Sebastian Trueg, Maintainer of the Nepomuk-KDE project
> >  http://nepomuk-kde.semanticdesktop.org
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