Git migration status (Was: Re: Where is kmix hidden?)
l.appelhans at gmx.de
Sun Aug 21 17:41:35 BST 2011
On Sunday 21 August 2011 17:27:01 George Kiagiadakis wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 21, 2011 at 4:05 PM, Lukas Appelhans <l.appelhans at gmx.de> wrote:
> > Hey!
> > Cool... I see you go for a split up of kdenetwork (makes sense imo).
> > The problem I see at the moment you have to build all applications
> > together in kdenetwork, otherwise they fail to compile. So this is a
> > first thing which needs to change.
> It is not really required to build them all together. I used to have
> git-svn clones of krdc, krfb and kopete and built them separately.
> Actually, all the work I have done on krfb was done this way. Iirc
> there is extra cmake code in there to ensure that they build both
> standalone and all together.
Okay. This is not true for KGet though: All searching for dependencies is done
in the top-level CMakeLists.txt.
> > What is missing are tags and branches right?
> > Lukas
> > PS: The KGet "svn cp" comment is (I guess) about this branch:
> > http://websvn.kde.org/branches/work/make_kget_cool/?pathrev=647221
> > As far as I know this is the KGet2 rewrite and was copied to trunk
> > then...>
> >> I have partially written the rules for kdenetwork, but they are not
> >> complete. I don't have time to work on them at the moment, so someone
> >> else taking that over would be good if it's going to happen any time
> >> soon. The work I've done so far is in the git repository with all the
> >> other conversion rules.
> >> --
> >> George
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