Importing kdiff3 - was - Re: Aw: Re: KDE inclusion

Kevin Funk kfunk at
Fri Jan 19 20:52:44 GMT 2018

On Wednesday, 17 January 2018 21:40:49 CET Michael Reeves wrote:
> Yes I use this myself so I won't simply abandon it. That said I work in
> mostly in Unix world and could use help with the windows specific testing
> although I should be able to setup a build envirionment to do basic
> functionality testing.


For that please join #kde-windows and get in touch with kfunk (me) or 
TheOneRing (Hannah von Reth) there.

We could guide setting up the development environment. 

We use Craft to build Qt/KDE projects on Windows, read more here:


> I'll have look at what needs done. Currently working
> on getting merging in changes from Thomas as needed.  Just got through
> bringing it up to date with Joachim's code. Real fun since it's still kde4.
> On Jan 15, 2018 5:47 PM, "Albert Astals Cid" <aacid at> wrote:
> El dimarts, 9 de gener de 2018, a les 20:06:36 CET, Michael Reeves va
> escriure:
> > 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 being
> > considered for inclusion in kde?
> So now that we have Joachim's blessing to use the name, the process is
> basically outlined at
> but it's basically importing the project into our git and then making sure
> it
> generally follows our rules & procedures.
> I understand you want to continue maintaining the new kdiff3 and you are not
> just "dumping it" into us, right?
> Cheers,
>   Albert
> El divendres, 12 de gener de 2018, a les 1:21:02 CET, Joachim Eibl va
> escriure:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > You have my blessing to use the name KDiff3.

Kevin Funk | kfunk at |
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