reeves.87 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 11 21:28:11 GMT 2018
Sorry meant this to go to everyone.
I did this based off what Ubuntu was using at the time. The repo is here
https://bitbucket.org/reporter123/kdiff3. Master is currently set the
require CMake 3.1 but as of this moment that is just a number change. My
concern here was C++11 feature dectect which is not implemented in earlier
versions. Right now that is not critical. I was not aware of the parallel
effort at https://cgit.kde.org/scratch/thomasfischer/kdiff3.git/log/?h=kf5.
Command line parsing is fully operational on mine. To my knowledge it is
fully operational and I have been using it on my machine. I generally work
with two way comparisons.
On Thu, Jan 11, 2018 at 6:24 PM, Albert Astals Cid <aacid at kde.org> wrote:
> El dijous, 11 de gener de 2018, a les 12:15:15 CET, Kevin Funk va escriure:
> > On Tuesday, 9 January 2018 21:06:36 CET Michael Reeves wrote:
> > > I have a version of kdiff3 that I ported to kf5. I like to what build
> > > requirements kf5 as a whole has. Also what would be the process for
> > > considered for inclusion in kde?
> > Heya,
> > Note: kdiff3 right now is hosted & developed on SourceForge.
> > I'd love to see kdiff3 being adopted by KDE again (it former was KDE
> > extragear if I understood correctly). kdiff3 is a super useful tool --
> > right now development has stalled a bit.
> > Talked to Joachim (the original author) a few weeks ago, where he stated
> > just doesn't have the time maintaining it anymore, really. I've CC'd
> > so he can tell us whether he's okay with having kdiff3 developed further
> > under the KDE umbrella.
> I guess this is the most important question, if we can keep using the
> name under's Joachim's blessing or we have to "fork it" and find a new
> > I don't really know the process of having it integrated either. I'll
> > that to others.
> > Kudos for doing the KF5 port!
> > Regards,
> > Kevin
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