Nepomuk as hard dependency in future?

Martin Sandsmark sandsmark at
Sat Oct 17 23:54:44 BST 2009

On Sun, Oct 18, 2009 at 01:30:08AM +0300, Evgeny Egorochkin wrote:
> Unf no. Virtuoso is a runtime dependency. You compile soprano against 
> libiodbc, not against Virtuoso. However Virtuoso uses much less ram than 
> sesame2. Still too much to be used on a PDA.

... if you want to use it. This thread is about setting Nepomuk has a hard
build-time dependency. You should be able to use stuff built against Nepomuk
without having Nepomuk running. You will loose all the cool features that it
would've provided, but that's life.


Martin Sandsmark 

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