Akonadi, Attica and Soprano moved to git.kde.org

Michael Pyne mpyne at kde.org
Wed Oct 27 04:14:24 BST 2010

On Tuesday, October 26, 2010 23:42:26 Chani wrote:
> > But most of those don't build kdesupport stuff themselves (or even
> > kdelibs). Also this is not really of concern to kde-core-devel, those
> > projects in kdesupport don't belong to kde's core by definition. They're
> > merely close dependencies.
> dependencies of core do concern core-devel.  if I had run kdesvn-build
> before reading this, and something in trunk needed the latest kdesupport,
> could I have ended up with a broken system?
> speaking of which... how *do* I fix my kdesvn-build now? mpyne, do I need to
> download a new version of it or something?

Well it's kdesrc-build now ;) but as Raphael mentioned git is supported for 
awhile now.

Once the XML format is finalized I will update kdesrc-build to support it to 
make it easier to group git modules together. For now the best bet is just to 
list them one-by-one. :-/

If that takes too long I might invent some nifty syntax for repositories but I 
don't think it'll come to that point, sysadmin has been making great progress 
on this so far.

 - Michael Pyne
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