KAlgebra and Analitza repositories splitting

Alexander Rieder alexanderrieder at gmail.com
Sun Jul 31 01:12:11 CEST 2011

On Saturday 30 July 2011 12:28:35 Aleix Pol wrote:
> Hi,
> As some of you will know, I've been giving some serious love to KAlgebra
> recently, specifically its Analitza module because of some university
> project. The thing is that I'd like to have the Analitza libraries in a
> different repository because other projects need it and it's odd to depend
> on KAlgebra just because it is its official GUI app. Other examples are
> Cantor and the upcoming plotting application by Percy, that you will
> remember from last year's GSoC.
> My idea would be to create a new repository inside the KDE Edu module called
> Analitza and to let other applications find it by using cmake or whatever,
> like any other library.
> Thoughts?
> On a more technical note, does anybody know what's the proper way to
> splitting by keeping the git history?
> Aleix

I'd very much welcome this change, to resolve the Cantor-Kalgebra 
dependencies, that make building the kalgebra backend difficult since the 
split of the repositories.


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