"Cornelius's grand plan" - Merging KDElibs into Qt

Ralf Habacker ralf.habacker at freenet.de
Mon Nov 1 14:04:57 GMT 2010

Am 01.11.2010 11:53, schrieb Sean Harmer:
> I applaud the efforts of the KDE on Windows team they are doing amazing work,
> but they are trying to catch up with many many years of work that has already
> gone into *nix package management systems. To get a functioning runtime or
> development environment on Linux is a simple case of
> rpm/aptitude/yast/emerge'ing a few packages. On Windows, you can either use
> the KDE on Windows installer which although good - still scares typical
> windows users. Or if deploying a single application make a huge package like
> amarok does.
or use another approach as shown at 
It uses the advantage of a complete package management system and 
provides a reduced gui like microsoft does with its vcexpress net 


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